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The numbers behind Arsenal's striker search

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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...

Breaking down Arsenal's continued search for a striker by the numbers

The guys answer your tweets about Arsenal's lack of transfers and Paulo Dybala's future Ballon d'Or chances.

Arsenal have been plagued by the absence of a "world-class" striker since Thierry Henry set the Premier League ablaze. The Gunners have not been able to replace him with someone of equal goal-scoring prowess.

Since then, there have been a number of players who have done well, like Robin van Persie, who won the PFA Player of the Year in 2011 and led the league in scoring.

But Arsenal did not have the support around him, finishing fourth. He then moved on to Manchester United and won a title in his...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri confident Riyad Mahrez won't join Arsenal

Despite speculation of a transfer, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri insists Riyad Mahrez is staying with the club.

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is "confident" star winger Riyad Mahrez will not leave the Premier League champions this summer.

Mahrez, who was named the PFA Player of the Season last campaign, has reportedly received interest from Arsenal, with some outlets claiming he's agreed to a deal with the Emirates club.

Speaking to reporters after Leicester's friendly defeat of Celtic on Saturday, the former Chelsea and Juventus boss expressed his certainty that the Algeria international would remain...

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Arsenal bid for Riyad Mahrez; Man City reignite John Stones talks

Despite speculation of a transfer, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri insists Riyad Mahrez is staying with the club.
The FC guys take a look at the early relegation odds and wonder if Leicester will be in trouble if Riyad Mahrez departs.
A detailed look into Riyad Mahrez's statistics from last season alongside what clubs may be interested in signing him.

With the summer transfer window upon us, rumours are picking up steam. Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. Follow our live blog below, and see the latest deals here.

Top story: Arsenal eye Mahrez, City chase Stones

Arsenal's summer started off with a bang when the club secured the signing of Granit Xhaka from Borussia Monchengladbach on a long-term contract, but it's been slow since then and fans have started to grow restless.

Arsene Wenger could...

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger expects 'poker game' for summer targets

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 boss Arsene Wenger still wants to buy both a forward and a defender in the transfer window, but expects a tough "poker game" with other clubs over targeted signings.

Wenger had set his sights on three new signings when the summer started but has so far only brought in midfielder Granit Xhaka along with two young prospects -- defender Rob Holding from Bolton and Japan forward Takuma Asano.

But having already pledged to "spend big money" if the right player becomes available, Wenger also made...