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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal should have signed Karim Benzema - Olivier Giroud

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes their 1-0 victory at Newcastle United was an important psychological boost heading into the international break.

Olivier Giroud believes Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema would have been an ideal signing for Arsenal.

Benzema, 27, was linked with a move to the Gunners for much of the summer, only to then dismiss the speculation and commit himself to Madrid last week.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has not ruled out bringing in new signings before the transfer window closes, and Giroud, 28, is hopeful that the club's attacking options will be bolstered.

"It is true that every year here there is speculation about...

 By Tom Adams

Benzema snubs Arsenal but Wenger must react and land a striker

The ESPN FC crew debate whether Edinson Cavani would fit in at Arsenal amid renewed transfer speculation.

It was kind of Theo Walcott to make the point so eloquently and equally kind of Olivier Giroud to really drive it home. If nothing else, Arsenal's 1-0 win over Newcastle on Saturday proved beyond any reasonable doubt that Arsene Wenger must use what little time he has remaining in the transfer window to obtain a new striker, if it is not too late already.

It wasn't the strikers' glaring misses that confirmed the suspicions of most Arsenal watchers regarding the need for improvement up front, but...

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey: Too early to judge performances

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes their 1-0 victory at Newcastle United was an important psychological boost heading into the international break.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey insists that it is too early to judge teams in the Premier League as he hit back at recent criticism from former Manchester United defender Gary Neville.

Arsenal's slow start to the season -- as they took seven points from four games -- has been criticised in the media but, after a morale-boosting 1-0 win over 10-man Newcastle this weekend, Ramsey believes that the early games do not offer a true reflection of how the table will look at the end of the season.

"It's...