Few would have expected Aaron Ramsey to outlast England's Jack Wilshere and Spain's Hector Bellerin at Euro 2016. However, the Welshman is now one of just five Arsenal players remaining in the competition. His performances for his country will have given the watching Arsene Wenger plenty of food for thought, as Ramsey is flourishing in an unusually advanced role.
Although he cites his best position as a box-to-box midfielder, Ramsey is thriving in a position more akin to that of a traditional No....
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TOP STORY: London duo still monitoring Morata
Both Chelsea and Arsenal are keeping tabs on the situation of Alvaro Morata, following his return to parent club Real Madrid from Juventus. The London rivals have long been linked with the Spain international, and the Mirror said neither has given up hope of eventually bringing him to the Premier League.
Chile's Copa America victory clearly took a toll on Alexis Sanchez's ankle.
The Arsenal forward posted pictures on social media on Monday showing a very swollen left ankle propped up on a pillow in bed. In one picture, he's also wearing an ankle brace.
Sanchez won the Golden Ball as the best player of the tournament after Chile beat Argentina on penalties in Sunday's final for the country's second straight Copa America title.
New Arsenal signing Granit Xhaka says he will come back stronger from his missed penalty in the shootout against Poland at Euro 2016.
Switzerland were eliminated in the round of 16 after Xhaka was the only player to miss his spot kick, sending it well wide of the post.
The midfielder had been one of Switzerland's best players in the group stages as the team advanced to the knockout stages by finishing second behind tournament hosts France. But his miss from the spot proved decisive, and he apologised...