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Preseason shows Arsenal committed to back three but need attack options

Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.
Michy Batshuayi's brace led the way for Chelsea's rout of Arsenal in their friendly in China.
Stewart Robson breaks down some of Alexandre Lacazette's Ligue 1 goals to show exactly what he'll bring to Arsenal.

BEIJING -- After a gruelling, two-week trip to Australia and China, Arsenal are back home in London to continue their preseason preparations. It's time to take stock of what can be deduced from the Gunners' travels, in which they followed up easy wins over local teams in Sydney by beating Bayern Munich on penalties, after a 1-1 draw, and then losing 3-0 to Chelsea in Beijing.

Here are five main takeaways:

1. Back three is still Plan A

Arsene Wenger started all four games with three at the back --...

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Neymar and Alexis Sanchez both figure in Paris Saint-Germain's plans

ESPN's Herculez Gomez responds to the latest reports of Neymar agreeing to terms with PSG on a contract.

The football world is awash with gossip! Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here.

TOP STORY: PSG wants Alexis-Neymar frontline

If ever there were an example of talking telephone numbers, it must be this: If Paris Saint-Germain succeed in signing Neymar from Barcelona, it will cost them almost £500 million in total, according to the Mirror.

But even if that mind-bending move comes off, it wouldn't be the end...

Premier League transfers: What the big boys still need to do in the market

Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.

The transfer market is intensifying and every day seems to bring a major deal, but what more do the seven biggest Premier League clubs need to do before the window shuts at the end of August? And who's in the best shape?

CHELSEA

The capture of Alvaro Morata is excellent news for Chelsea supporters, but there's still so much more to be done; little wonder that manager Antonio Conte has been less than impressed with his paymasters. The champions have covered the major gaps, bringing in Morata for...

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Arsenal forget to name Olivier Giroud on team sheet vs. Chelsea

Olivier Giroud was very nearly prevented from coming on as a substitute during Arsenal's preseason friendly against Chelsea after an administrative error saw the French striker left off the official team sheet.

Despite travelling with the team, Giroud's name was not included in the official matchday squad for the match at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing, China.

Alas, that little oversight promptly became an issue when Arsene Wenger attempted to bring on Giroud as a second-half replacement for...

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Craig Shakespeare declines comment on Mohamed Elneny's Leicester snub

Arsenal's Mohamed Elneny
Mohamed Elneny appeared in Arsenal's International Champions Cup game against Bayern Munich in Shanghai.

Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare offered no comment on Friday when asked about reports that Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny had rejected a move to the club after a £10 million transfer fee had been agreed.

Elneny, 25, has three years left on his current deal after moving to the Emirates from FC Basel in January 2016.

According to the Leicester Mercury, Shakespeare simply said "no comment" when asked about Elneny's status during a press conference in Hong Kong before the Premier League...

 By Tom Adams

Wojciech Szczesny's touching farewell a reflection on 11 years with Arsenal

Stewart Robson and Ross Dyer assess what Arsenal need to sort out during their preseason tour.

In 271 words, and one judiciously deployed heart emoji, Wojciech Szczesny showed why even a player who has not turned out for Arsenal since May 2015 will be missed by supporters following his permanent move to Juventus this week. It was a celebration of a career but, fittingly, a lament, too.

It was no ordinary farewell that Szczesny posted on Instagram; there were no empty platitudes about "the lads" and the "gaffer"; no superficial #lovedmytime hashtags. It was a poignant and emotional reflection...