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 By Chris Wright

Arsenal fans to be entertained by Gru and minions at Emirates Cup

With Arsenal set to host the ninth incarnation of the Emirates Cup this coming weekend, the club have invited some very special guests along for the occasion.

As if the competition itself wasn't enticing enough, it has been confirmed that super-villain Gru and several minions (of "Despicable Me" fame) will be dispatched to entertain the crowd.

Alexis Sanchez may well end up sitting the Emirates Cup out, but Gunners fans can at least still console themselves that there will be other diminutive, equally...

Emirates Cup: Lacazette home debut, Wilshere's Arsenal swansong?

Stewart Robson and Alexis Nunes debate the next move for Jack Wilshere as the Arsenal man insists on staying in England.
Stewart Robson says Arsenal's thrashing by Chelsea in their friendly is indicative of the issues Arsene Wenger must fix.

The Emirates Cup returns this weekend after a one-year hiatus, as Arsenal take on Benfica and Sevilla in the club's traditional preseason tournament. While the Gunners have already played four games this summer during their tour of Australia and China, this will be their first appearance in front of the home fans since Arsene Wenger was handed his new two-year contract after last season's FA Cup triumph. For the Arsenal manager, it's also one of his last chances to assess his options ahead of the...

Arsenal hanging on to spare parts as bargaining power wanes

Gab Marcotti discusses the latest on the Alexis Sanchez transfer rumours, including where PSG and Man City stand with the striker.

Despite what many people think, the transfer market is a complicated thing. On the face of it, it looks pretty simple: Buy the players you need to improve your squad and sell the players you no longer require.

Arsenal fans probably don't need any reminder of what a minefield it can be, and the club itself are currently dealing with the fact that when it comes to outgoings in particular, their position is not particularly strong.

The Gunners have a clutch of players who are, essentially, surplus...

 By Chris Wright

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil shows why he's such a cool customer in ice chamber

With just 15 days until the return of the Premier League, players are beginning to knuckle down and really start to fine tune their various preparations for the new season.

Mesut Ozil is one such player, with the Arsenal midfielder sharing a photo of himself shivering away in an icy cryotherapy chamber as part of his conditioning regime.

"They said 'Mesut you have to be ice-cold in front of goal'. Okay, I'll try my best," the Arsenal midfield joked, desperately trying to put a brave face on it.

Apparently...

 By Tom Adams

Fit again, Jack Wilshere's career at a crossroads ahead of Emirates Cup

Stewart Robson and Alexis Nunes debate the next move for Jack Wilshere as the Arsenal man insists on staying in England.
Gab Marcotti discusses the latest on the Alexis Sanchez transfer rumours, including where PSG and Man City stand with the striker.

If nothing else, the Emirates Cup, the annual local jamboree staged in its latest iteration this weekend, is a chance for Arsenal's lesser-known lights to make a name for themselves. This year, there might even be an unlikely chance for one particular player to remake a name for himself. Jack Wilshere has returned to full-time training just in time for the two weekend fixtures, which come at a crucial juncture of his career. 

Arsenal's bespoke preseason competition is not always a reliable...

 By Chris Wright

Arsenal release new two-tone blue away kit in throwback to the 1990s

Arsenal have rolled out their new away kit for the upcoming season, adding a metallic blue strip to their line-up for 2017-18.

The shirt features a subtle gradient between light and dark hues, with shorts and socks to match.

According to suppliers Puma, the new away kit is partially inspired by the Gunners' two-tone blue strips of the 1990s.

Arsenal have also confirmed that the new kit will be aired in public for the first time when they play against Benfica in the Emirates Cup on July 29.

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