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 By Tom Adams

Unai Emery can improve Arsenal overnight, but his PSG woes warrant scepticism

The FC crew react to reports that Arsenal are set to replace Arsene Wenger with former PSG boss Unai Emery rather than former Gunner Mikel Arteta.

The shock news emerging on Monday indicates that Arsenal are on the verge of appointing as their new head coach a man who won a clean sweep of all four domestic competitions available to him last season. In two seasons at Paris Saint-Germain, in fact, Unai Emery managed to win seven trophies -- as many as Tottenham have managed in 38 years. So why are so many Arsenal fans so uneasy at the prospect?

There are many reasons, but prime among them is the fact that having come to terms with a wildly...

Jack Wilshere should have been in England squad: Three reasons why

Jack Wilshere has divided opinions throughout his career and he'll continue to do so this summer as the debate rages on over whether he should have been included in England's 2018 World Cup squad.

Unless England go on to win the tournament -- and we all know the chances of that happening are slim -- it's a debate that will probably carry on well into the post-mortem as well.

Wilshere has made his own feelings well known on social media. And whether that's a wise move or not, one can understand his...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal hiring Mikel Arteta could be just the bold and revolutionary change the club needs

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on Mikel Arteta's chances of replacing Arsene Wenger, contract extensions for Bayern's veteran players and more.
Arsenal's Petr Cech believes Gunners should start preparing for the next season under a new manager as soon as possible, but the goalkeeper doesn't know the name of the future boss.

If Arsenal broke the mould when appointing Arsene Wenger, an unknown Frenchman from a job in Japan arriving in the fiercely insular Premier League, they might just smash it entirely if they replace him with Mikel Arteta.

Every day the likelihood seems to increase that Arsenal will swap the man who has managed more Premier League matches (828) than any other, with a man who hasn't even managed a single game at any level. Luis Enrique wants too much money. Massimiliano Allegri isn't interested....

Transfer Rater: Jean Michael Seri to Arsenal, Danny Rose to Everton

The latest transfer rumours from around the world.
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Jean Michael Seri to Arsenal

Seri is reportedly inching closer to a £40 million move to the Emirates Stadium after Arsenal sporting director Raul Sanllehi opened talks...

 By Chris Wright

Jack Wilshere 'confirms' England World Cup snub by accepting holiday offer

Even before Gareth Southgate officially announced his England squad for the World Cup on Wednesday afternoon, several high-profile omissions had already been leaked in the press.

Jack Wilshere was among those to have missed the cut, sources told ESPN FC, despite playing his way back into international contention during the latter half of the season.

Alas, the Arsenal midfielder ruled himself out of the reckoning by making alternative plans by accepting an invite to join a group of lads who are gearing...

Arsenal Report Card: Arsene Wenger farewell falls flat after miserable season

ESPN's Arsenal correspondent Mattias Karen talks through Arsene Wenger's last season in charge of the club which ended without any silverware.
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on Mikel Arteta's chances of replacing Arsene Wenger, contract extensions for Bayern's veteran players and more.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley explains why he's not a fan of the comparison between this season's Man City side and Arsenal's 2003-04 'Invincibles'.

How did Arsenal's class of 2017-18 get on in the Premier League this season? We take a look back at their campaign under Arsene Wenger.

School report: Grade D

Wenger's final season became the worst of his 22-year Arsenal reign. The Gunners were out of the Premier League title race in November, got hammered 3-0 by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final and squandered one last chance at glory against Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semifinals.

They couldn't even keep up a credible fight for...