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Arsenal

 By Peter Wood

Arsenal show progress despite failing to beat Chelsea once again

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side did enough to win the game, but didn't make the right decisions in the final third.

The hoodoo Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has over Arsene Wenger extended to 13 games this weekend: His record now reads P13, W7, D6, L0. Mourinho is a master of the in-game stifle and took what he wanted out of the Premier League game at the Emirates by claiming a 0-0 draw; delivering a turgid point which will almost certainly be enough to keep Arsenal away from a late run at the title.

But the postmatch press against the Gunners has been hugely negative. Even the heavily critiqued Sky Sports pundit...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Henry: Arsenal need four top-quality signings for title; Ozil must improve

The ESPN FC team discuss who, if anyone, can challenge Chelsea for the Premier League title next season, as Ian Darke believes Arsenal may be best fit to challenge.
The ESPN FC crew are joined by Ian Darke who believes Harry Kane had a strong case for PFA Player of the Year, but Eden Hazard deservedly won and remains the most important player for Chelsea along with John Terry.
Chelsea went 10 points clear atop the Premier League table courtesy of a 0-0 draw with London rivals Arsenal.
The ESPN FC team react to Chelsea's goalless draw with Arsenal, where Paul Mariner explains Jose Mourinho's side should've scored a few goals, but failed to convert their chances.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reacts to Arsenal fans calling Chelsea's style of play 'boring' in classic Mourinho fashion.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side did enough to win the game, but didn't make the right decisions in the final third.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.

Thierry Henry believes that Arsenal need to sign four "top-quality" players in order to challenge for the Premier League title, and has criticised Mesut Ozil's performances against the Gunners' rivals.

Arsenal drew 0-0 with league leaders Chelsea at the Emirates on Sunday, leaving Arsene Wenger's team 10 points behind the Blues with five games to play.

Henry won two titles during an eight-year spell with Arsenal, and says Wenger must follow Jose Mourinho's example by seeking key additions to the...

 By Ian Holyman

Arsenal target Nabil Fekir says he has no plans to depart Lyon

Lyon head coach admits he's dreaming of the Ligue 1 title after seeing his side go top of the table with just four games remaining.

Lyon midfielder Nabil Fekir has told RMC he hopes to remain at the Ligue 1 club this summer, dashing Arsenal's hopes of acquiring the youngster's services.

British media reported earlier this season that Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is ready to table a £25 million bid for Fekir, 21, who has burst to prominence this term with 12 goals and nine assists during his side's challenge for the Ligue 1 title.

Although OL need funds, particularly if they do not qualify for next season's Champions League...

 By Ben Gladwell

Lukas Podolski to return to Arsenal from Inter in summer - Mancini

Lukas Podolski has struggled for Inter Milan since joining from Arsenal on loan.

Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini has confirmed Lukas Podolski's exit in the summer, saying that the Germany international wants to go back to Arsenal.

Podolski, 29, has failed to make an impression for Inter since joining them on loan until the end of the season in January, having still yet to score for the club.

The Serie A side are reluctant to make the move permanent on the terms originally agreed with Arsenal, even though Mancini suggested he would have liked to take a longer look at the forward.

That...