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Arsenal sale of Gabriel signals future is here for club's young defenders

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger believes the transfer window should be closed before the start of the season to avoid playing the same players more than twice.

Arsenal have finally managed to sell an outfield player this summer, with Gabriel Paulista heading back to Spain to join Valencia in a deal completed on Friday.

It's not the defender most had expected to be first out the door at the Emirates this transfer window -- Mathieu Debuchy and Carl Jenkinson have been looking for new homes, and Calum Chambers had been more widely tipped as the centre-back to be sacrificed in Arsene Wenger's squad trimming.

Gabriel's exit makes short-term sense, however,...

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Why Arsenal now have nothing to fear from Stoke in the Potteries

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger believes the transfer window should be closed before the start of the season to avoid playing the same players more than twice.

In May 2017, Arsenal scratched a seven-year itch. A 4-1 victory at Stoke City was their first in the Potteries since February 2010, a torrid Saturday evening that fired a deep-seated rivalry between the two clubs.

That was the night a 3-1 Arsenal win was marred by the broken leg suffered by Aaron Ramsey after a loose, dangerous tackle by Ryan Shawcross. That those two players are likely to play a part this Saturday should certainly add spice to the atmosphere but Arsenal fans already do not like...

Why Arsenal legend Thierry Henry remains unique, as ex-striker turns 40

Thierry Henry scored 228 goals for Arsenal.

As Thierry Henry turns 40, it's safe to say that Arsenal will probably never see another player like their record goal scorer. But will the English football?

Henry celebrates his landmark birthday on Thursday and his status as one of the Premier League's greatest ever players remains unchallenged -- especially in an era when most of the game's biggest stars are playing in other countries. In honour of the French striker's milestone, here's a look at five things that made him so unique.

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Arsenal's Premier League title tilt could hinge on Aaron Ramsey fitness

Arsene Wenger is in favour of the transfer window closing before the start of the season.

If Arsenal's Premier League turnaround against Leicester City hinged on one moment, it might well have been an immaculate Aaron Ramsey first touch.

At that point, Leicester appeared to be heading for an unlikely 3-2 victory. However, when Granit Xhaka's pass found the Welshman at the far post, he showed exquisite technique to bring the ball under control before firing expertly beyond Kasper Schmeichel. Ramsey's brilliance turned the tide, and from that point on Arsenal's victory felt inevitable....

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Giroud and Lacazette's styles show how club, international games differ

Arsene Wenger is full of praise for new signing Alexandre Lacazette after his goal in Arsenal's win over Leicester.
Arsene Wenger expresses joy and relief after Olivier Giroud opted to stay at Arsenal instead of pursuing more minutes.

Throughout his time at Arsenal, which dates back to 2012, Olivier Giroud has become accustomed to fighting for a starting place with another, very different type of centre-forward.

Upon Giroud's arrival he was billed by Arsene Wenger as an alternative to Arsenal's main striking option, Robin van Persie, who was a more modern and technical forward. But his subsequent departure to Manchester United meant Giroud became the de facto No. 9 and his bulky, physical presence felt considerably different...

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Man City to test Arsenal's resolve with £60m Alexis Sanchez bid

The guys respond to your tweets about the Arsenal-Leicester match, Alexandre Lacazette and Alexis Sanchez.

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: City to table £60m offer for Sanchez

There are new favourites in the race to prise Alexis Sanchez away from Arsenal, according to the Telegraph.

It reports that Manchester City will bid around £60 million "to test Arsenal's resolve to keep Sanchez, with Pep Guardiola still desperate to add the forward to...