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 By Kevin Palmer
6 hours ago

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil working out with knee brace

The only positive to Mesut Ozil's injury is that it will allow him to rest according to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil is battling back to fitness with his knee still in a brace following the injury he sustained against Chelsea earlier this month.

Ozil and his Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger were stunned when it was revealed that the Germany World Cup winner suffered a "serious knee injury" in the game at Stamford Bridge, with the ligament damaged only identified by German national team medical staff several days after the injury was sustained.

It seems likely that Ozil will not play first team football...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
15 hours ago

Arsene Wenger sweating on Kieran Gibbs injury ahead of Burnley clash

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain compared his Arsenal teammate Alexis Sanchez to Luis Suarez during the weekend. So how do their numbers stack up through their first nine career Premier League matches?

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said the club will find out on Friday whether Kieran Gibbs' hip injury will keep him out of the weekend's home meeting with bottom of the table Burnley.

Gibbs, 25, limped off in the second half of Arsenal's 2-0 win at Sunderland last Saturday, with youngster Hector Bellerin coming on in his place.

Wenger is already with a number of key players, including right-back Mathieu Debuchy and centre-back Laurent Koscielny, through injury.

Speaking ahead of the Burnley game,...

20 hours ago

Theo Walcott availability gives Arsenal turbo-charged boost vs. Burnley

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain compared his Arsenal teammate Alexis Sanchez to Luis Suarez during the weekend. So how do their numbers stack up through their first nine career Premier League matches?
Theo Walcott scored five Premier League goals in 13 appearances last season.

This weekend, Arsenal come up against Premier League strugglers Burnley. It's a superb opportunity for the Gunners to gain another three points and continue their climb up the table. Their confidence will be boosted not just by two consecutive victories, but also by the return to fitness of Theo Walcott.

The last time these sides met was in March 2010. On that occasion, Arsenal ran out 3-1 winners. Walcott was among the goal scorers, cutting in from the right flank to fire home with his left foot....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
1 day ago

Wellington Silva handed work permit for Arsenal move, unsure of future

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain compared his Arsenal teammate Alexis Sanchez to Luis Suarez during the weekend. So how do their numbers stack up through their first nine career Premier League matches?

Wellington Silva has told AS.com that he now has the relevant paperwork to play for Arsenal next season, although admits that he is unsure if he will start the 2015-16 campaign with the Premier League side.

Silva, 21, signed for the Gunners in 2010 but has not played in a competitive game for Arsene Wenger's side due to work permit issues.

The Brazilian forward has now secured a Spanish passport which will allow him to play for Arsenal next season, though Silva -- currently on loan at Spanish club...

 By John Cross
1 day ago

Kieran Gibbs' improvement at left-back deserves high praise at Arsenal

Kieran Gibbs began life as a winger, but has matured into a fine defender.

Debates about who is the best goalkeeper, defender, midfielder or striker in the Premier League are often kicked off by a journalist asking a manager whether they think one of their players deserves the honour.

In this situation, what is the boss supposed to say exactly? No? Hardly likely. You can only hope the journalist is being realistic with the question so he/she doesn't get a silly debate going. But it's rather like the situation with fans: they are hardly likely to be the fairest when it...