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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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1 Arsenal 0 0 0 0
2 Bournemouth 0 0 0 0
3 Burnley 0 0 0 0
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Arsenal's search for a striker

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'Nostalgia' is not why Arsenal back Arsene Wenger - chief Ivan Gazidis

The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's expectations for the upcoming season.
The FC crew discusses the possibility of Arsenal landing Gonzalo Higuain, and suggests Mauro Icardi as another option.
The guys answer your tweets about Arsenal's lack of transfers and Paulo Dybala's future Ballon d'Or chances.
The ESPN FC crew examine Mauro Icardi's resume and discuss how he could complement Arsenal's attack.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis says past success isn't the reason why he and the club's board still believe in manager Arsene Wenger.

Rather, it's Wenger's continued commitment and long-term vision for the club that has Gazidis convinced he has the right man in charge.

Since Wenger's appointment in 1996, Arsenal have won the Premier League title three times and the FA Cup on six occasions.

But it has been 12 years now since Arsenal last won the league, and while the club have won two FA...

Per Mertesacker reminds Arsenal that transfers must be made this summer

The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's expectations for the upcoming season.

If the summer of 2013 was notable for the fact that Arsenal smashed their transfer record with a £42.5m deal for Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil, the weeks leading up to that event saw huge pressure put on the club and Arsene Wenger to improve the squad.

However, it didn't just come from fans who desperately wanted arrivals to make the team more competitive; it also came from inside the squad. Then-captain Mikel Arteta responded to claims by chief executive Ivan Gazidis that Arsenal could "do some...

Per Mertesacker to miss Arsenal's preseason U.S. tour with injury

The ESPN FC crew discuss the link of Riyad Mahrez to Arsenal and whether or not it is the right move for the Gunners.
The ESPN FC crew debate if Chelsea or Arsenal have the better chance of winning the Premier League this season.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Arsenal's expectations for the upcoming season.
The FC crew discusses the possibility of Arsenal landing Gonzalo Higuain, and suggests Mauro Icardi as another option.

Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker will miss Arsenal's tour of the United States with a knee injury.

Arsenal announced the news on Monday as the club flew out to California for two preseason games, including one against the MLS All-Stars on Friday.

The club did not disclose details of the injury.

It's a blow to Mertesacker who...

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What's trending: Beijing Manchester derby cancelled, Adams turns down Arsenal

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the best of the social media world, including the canceled Manchester derby in China.
Ahead of their ICC meeting with Man City in Beijing, Jose Mourinho says his only objective is to take his players home without injury.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONS CUP: Monday's International Champions Cup game of Manchester United against Manchester City in Beijing has been cancelled "due to recent weather events." United manager Jose Mourinho had branded the pitch at the Bird's Nest Stadium "very bad" in the lead up to the friendly match against Pep Guardiola's City.

- Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany and Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw have apologised to fans after their...

 By Tim Vickery

Wellington Silva a warning to young talent not to move too soon

Wellington Silva did not get a chance to shine with Arsenal.

Wellington Silva has gone back to where he started after an unsuccessful time at Arsenal. The 23-year-old Brazilian has joined Fluminense of Rio de Janeiro where, over five years ago, he looked set to have a big future.

At the age of 17, Wellington Silva was playing in the Fluminense first-team and could have become an important player for a prestigious club. But opportunity knocked to join Premier League giants Arsenal and Wellington chose to continue his career in London.

However, Arsenal were...