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David De Gea to finally get Real Madrid move in £29 million transfer?

With David de Gea's move from Manchester United to Real Madrid looking more and more final as the transfer window closes, ESPN FC's Craig Burley says the whole process should've been handled differently.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: De Gea finally gets his move to Real Madrid

After months of speculation, Manchester United's David De Gea appears set to move to Real Madrid in a £29 million blockbuster deal just three days before Tuesday's transfer deadline, according to the Independent. There has been plenty of posturing from both clubs over the Red Devils' No. 1, but after...

Walcott blows chance to convince Wenger he can lead Arsenal attack

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says the 1-0 win over Newcastle was more important than the performance.

Arsenal triumphed 1-0 against 10-man Newcastle in a one-sided affair at St. James' Park on Saturday. The Gunners typically play with more freedom on the road and that trend was allowed to continue, chiefly because of Aleksandar Mitrovic's early red card.

Despite the one-man advantage, it took some time for the goal to come. When it arrived, it was a Newcastle player who put the ball into the net, with Fabricio Coloccini prodding home Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross shot.

Arsene Wenger will be delighted...

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Arsenal edge Newcastle after Mitrovic red card but still struggle for goals

Aleksandar Mitrovic was sent off as his side fell to Arsenal courtesy of an own-goal by Fabricio Coloccini.

NEWCASTLE, England -- Three thoughts on Arsenal's 1-0 win over 10-man Newcastle in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

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1. Arsenal win but questions remain over attackers

Saturday's 1-0 win at St James' Park represented a second away victory for Arsenal as they got back on track after an indifferent start to the season. Newcastle never made life easy, even when striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was sent off after 15 minutes, but a fortunate Fabricio Coloccini own goal settled the sides.

If Arsene...

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Mitrovic sent off at Newcastle vs. Arsenal - where was his control?

Newcastle United striker Aleksandar Mitrovic lost control and was sent off just 15 minutes into his side's match at home to Arsenal on Saturday afternoon.

And when this picture circulated of a man seemingly trying to control the players on the pitch, Mitrovic had a ready-made excuse why he couldn't keep his cool.

Luckily, the mystery finally unravelled a little later when it emerged...

Arsenal's stuttering start makes Newcastle clash a must-win

Further reaction as Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United were drawn into the UEFA Champions League group stages in Monaco.

After a stuttering start to the season at home, Arsenal might be thankful of being away this weekend at Newcastle.

No goals in either of their games at the Emirates this season has left Arsene Wenger scratching his head. Talk of his team trying to "force it," or finishing being "cyclical," didn't really offer much in the way of explanation to their profligacy in front of goal on their own patch.

"Finishing qualities come and go, and you do not always know why," he said, which is probably as close...

Arsenal must beat minnows to ensure Champions League progression

Last year no Premier League side made it past the Champions League round of 16. How will they fare this year?

If Arsenal could have picked a team to avoid in the draw for the Champions League group stage, it would probably have been Bayern Munich. Pep Guardiola's men have eliminated the Gunners from Europe's elite club competition in two out of the last three seasons, and are one of the favourites to lift the trophy this year. However, Arsenal should not be despondent: ties with Olympiakos and Dinamo Zagreb appear significantly simpler to navigate and should allow them to pass through into the knockout...