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Wenger happy with season


Tired Arsenal need Theo Walcott's freshness amid goal-scoring slump

The ESPN FC panel discuss potential Arsenal players who may be sold in order to make room for new recruits at the Emirates.

It's fairly clear that all is not well between Arsenal and Theo Walcott. The contract situation on the horizon means a decision by at least one party will have to be made this summer.

It's rare that a player with 12 months left on his deal stays unless new terms are agreed. At the moment it doesn't look as if that's anywhere near happening, and while this very situation played out the last time the England international's deal was running down in 2012, the circumstances were very different.


 By Michael Cox

Sunderland secure their Premier League place with 0-0 draw at Arsenal

Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat couldn't help but shed some tears as his side drew with Arsenal and clinched survival in the Premier League.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Sunderland in the Premier League at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night.

1. Sunderland secure their Premier League status

By this stage of the season, most Premier League matches are irrelevant because so many teams have nothing to play for. Yet this was a rare game where both had something at stake: Arsenal wanted to secure the final (guaranteed) Champions League place by finishing third, while Sunderland were fighting relegation.


 By Kevin Palmer

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez hails Premier League competitiveness over La Liga

For Alexis Sanchez, the Premier League's charm is the likelihood of small clubs picking off the giants.

Arsenal winger Alexis Sanchez has joined Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho in suggesting the competitive nature of the Premier League means it offers a far greater challenge that Spain's La Liga.

Mourinho claimed earlier this week that Barcelona and Real Madrid would struggle to dominate England's top flight teams in the same manner they do in their domestic championship, as he argued the strength in depth of the Premier League was a step ahead of the Spanish league.

Now Sanchez has echoed those sentiments,...

 By Kevin Palmer

Arsenal boss Wenger backs Olivier Giroud, hints at big summer spend

We break down the fallout from both a player and pundit perspective following Thierry Henry's comments on Olivier Giroud.
We break down the fallout from both a player and pundit perspective following Thierry Henry's comments on Olivier Giroud.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reiterated his faith in his lead striker Olivier Giroud and insisted he is ready to spend big again this summer if the right players come onto his radar.

Gunners goal-scoring great Thierry Henry stated last month that Arsenal "need a top, top-quality striker in order to win this league again," but Wenger has given his full backing to Giroud in an interview with beIN Sports.

"Nobody can win you the Premier League title alone," Wenger said when asked about his French...