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 Posted by Andrew Mangan
37 minutes ago

Debuchy injury could allow Wenger to show method in transfer madness

Arsenal have confirmed that Mathieu Debuchy will miss around three months following surgery on his ankle.

Anyone who saw the Mathieu Debuchy pound the turf during the game against Manchester City won't be slightly surprised by the news he now faces three months out with a damaged ankle. The idea it might be short-term was always fanciful and news of him undergoing surgery confirmed the seriousness. It's a big setback and one compounded by Monday's revelation that Nacho Monreal is set to miss at least the next four games due to a back problem.

That leaves Arsenal with just four established first team...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
1 day ago

Dortmund and Inter join Arsenal in the chase for FC Basel's Fabian Schar

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the recent speculations surrounding Arsenal's expending practices.

Good -- no, great -- news. Transfers can and do happen outside the time normally allotted in the year's two windows. Today, Transfer Talk looks at a few moves that might happen even though the annual windows are firmly shut.

Gunners chase defensive cover

The Sunday papers are all over Arsenal and their desperate need to plug holes in their threadbare defence.

First up, The Sunday Express are reporting Arsene Wenger sees Swiss youngster Fabian Schar as the ideal solution to their defensive woes,...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
1 day ago

Three Points: Villa surrender to Arsenal's rapid-fire attack

Arsenal went 3-0 up in 3 minutes and 12 seconds en route to defeating Aston Villa on Saturday.

BIRMINGHAM, England -- Three quick thoughts -- quicker than the three goals for Arsenal -- from the Gunners' 3-0 win away to Aston Villa in the Premier League on Saturday.

1. Confidence is everything

After a week in which it emerged that Arsenal's wage bill is now higher than Chelsea's, a much-needed moment of value for the Gunners: with one simple goal, two of Arsenal's struggling star players were immediately revitalised. Danny Welbeck, already attracting criticism just two games into his new...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
2 days ago

Cristiano Ronaldo move back to Manchester United might just happen

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik weighs in on Louis van Gaal's claim that no one's position on the team is safe.

Some crazy-good rumours to keep us going on this day with a dearth of football. Fear not, Transfer Talk happens every day.

The Ronaldo return to United rumour...

Saddle up transfer junkies, this one's not going away until it either (A) happens or (B) Cristiano Ronaldo retires from professional football. And hey, it's kind of fun to speculate even though Louis van Gaal says he doubts Real Madrid would want to sell their star player in the first place.

Here's the real fun part in this "pie-in-the-sky"...

 Posted by John Cross
3 days ago

Victory over Aston Villa would prove Arsenal's title challenge this season

Unbeaten Aston Villa play host to another unbeaten side in Arsenal, while QPR look to rebound from last week's drubbing.

It has been a solid start, but now comes the time when Arsenal need a victory to really stamp some authority on the Premier League.

Three points at Aston Villa would be a big statement for Arsene Wenger because it would show they can go away from home to one of the early pace-setters and win. It's also important after a disappointing result and performance at Borussia Dortmund in midweek when suddenly fans were questioning Arsenal again.

I think it's a bit early for that, no matter how disappointing...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
3 days ago

Liverpool, Arsenal plot transfer move for Real Madrid's Isco

Unbeaten Aston Villa play host to another unbeaten side in Arsenal, while QPR look to rebound from last week's drubbing.

Around and around the Premier League we go. Even though January is a long way off, some serious rumours out of England are starting to flame up to help us warm the hearth of the winter transfer window.

Which way for Isco?

Two of the Prem's top squads are reportedly interested in Real Madrid midfielder Isco. Both Arsenal and Liverpool are looking to lure Isco away from the Bernabeu during the January transfer window.

The Metro says Arsenal and Liverpool are both preparing bids to snag the Spaniard,...