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Jeff Reine-Adelaide an exciting talent but Arsenal must show patience

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says it is pointless to read too much into preseason.

If there's one thing Arsenal fans know a thing or two about, it's a promising youngster.

From the ones who have made it big, like Cesc Fabregas and Jack Wilshere; to the ones who shone brightly for a short time then faded away, like Fran Merida and Quincy Owusu-Abeyie; to everything else in-between, they've seen the lot at the Emirates.

So, when a young player catches the eye it's usually for good reason. It's not to say they're set to be the next Fabregas but it's because they've shown the crowd...

 By Tom Adams

Jack Wilshere must grasp attacking role for Arsenal after Emirates Cup

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Dan Thomas react to Arsene Wenger's latest comments and talk about how frustrating Arsenal's transfer policy has been for fans.

With all the noise created by Lord Harris of Peckham's unguarded comments about Arsenal's £200 million cash reserves and the pursuit of a new striker on Thursday, news of significance regarding a player who has cost nothing in transfer fees went rather unheard. But for Jack Wilshere, it was a very significant comment.

When Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger discussed his planned use of the midfielder in the coming campaign in his pre-Emirates Cup news conference, he was unequivocal: "It is a big...

Arsenal may depend on Mertesacker and Koscielny-style partnerships

The ESPN FC crew debate Olivier Giroud's future in light of transfer links to Karim Benzema.

At the back end of last season, Per Mertesacker spoke about the importance of "automatisms" in the Arsenal team.

The vice-captain was referring to the developing understanding between the first XI. With the passing of time, players are learning more about their teammates and each co-dependent action becomes increasingly instinctive.

As he explained it: "Automatisms -- when you know players better, especially your partner -- are a big part of a footballer's life."

In the absence of major refurbishments...

Seasons past show why consistency is key for Arsenal in 2015-16

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Alejandro Moreno delve deeper into the rumours whether or not Karim Benzema will head to Arsenal, as Olivier Giroud's role with Arsenal may come under question.

If you ask people what Arsenal need to challenge for the Premier League title next season, there are bound to be a variety of answers.

Some will say that the addition of that mythical "world class" striker is the missing piece of the puzzle; for others, that competition for the defensive midfield position currently held by Francis Coquelin is most important; while there will be some whose preference would be for another creative forward, perhaps someone in the mould of Robert Pires, who could...

 By Tom Adams

Karim Benzema could be the answer up front for Arsenal

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner is 'licking his lips' for Arsenal to grab Karim Benzema.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and Olivier Giroud recap Arsenal's 3-1 win over Everton to take the Barclays Asia Trophy.
Coming off of FA cup win last season, Arsenal beat Everton 3-1 in Singapore to become Barclays Asia Champions.

The smiles looked a bit sheepish, the trophy hoist half-hearted as the ticker tape cascaded after Arsenal captured the Barclays Asia Trophy with a 3-1 win over Everton on Saturday. And rightly so. Despite the best intentions of the Premier League and the tournament's hosts, this is not a prestigious award. Not a lot can be gleaned from winning it.

Everton provided good Premier League opposition -- Gerard Deulofeu's pace intermittently terrified the defence, while Ross Barkely's scorching...

 By Tom Adams

Akpom must use preseason as springboard to Arsenal first-team

Having now won two FA Cup trophies in two years, Arsenal are determined to go one better this season, and lift the Premier League crown.

As he enjoys a flourish of fame, Chuba Akpom should keep in mind that scoring a lot of goals in a preseason fixture is no indication of an elevation in first-team status for the campaign ahead. Yaya Sanogo managed to score four against Benfica 12 months ago -- one more than Akpom's tally versus the Singapore Select XI, against significantly stronger opposition -- and ended the season on the Crystal Palace bench.

The man who pointlessly slayed Benfica at the Emirates Cup is set to join Ajax on...