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Arsenal

2nd Premier League | 2-0-0
  • Goals For
    1st
    6 GF
  • Assists
    2nd
    4 A
  • Shots
    3rd
    21 Shots
  • Saves
    16th
    3 SAV
  • FootballFanCast.com

    Arsenal plot late Moises Caicedo swoop

    The 20-year-old is a box-to-box midfielder “who makes football look very easy,” according to South American football expert Tim Vickery, who also claimed he is a more complete version of N’Golo Kante, adding: “A year ago he was saying that Kante of Chelsea is his role model but he is already more than that. He already offers more in the final third. That kind of box-to-box midfielder that’s very much in the tradition of the England game.

  • FootballFanCast.com

    Arsenal struck gold with Gabriel Martinelli

    Arsenal winger Gabriel Martinelli has an “unbelievable future” in the game, according to his new Gunners teammate Oleksandr Zinchenko. The Brazilian dynamo has scored in both of the north Londoners’ opening two matches – a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace and a 4-2 win against Leicester City – and the £32m summer signing has waxed lyrical about his talents to Standard Sport this week. He is incredible, he is a real diamond,” Zinchenko claimed.

  • www.thetimes.co.uk

    All or Nothing documentary reveals freak cause of knee injury that blighted Kieran Tierney's Arsenal season

    Kieran Tierney suffered his season-ending knee injury in March as he walked out of the showers at Arsenal’s training ground, a new scene from the All or Nothing documentary series has revealed. It proved to be a costly blow as Arsenal lost the following three league matches and went on to finish outside the Champions League places. Tierney made his return to competitive action as a substitute in Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on the opening weekend of this season.

  • The Telegraph

    Mikel Arteta told Arsenal squad 'shut your mouth and eat it' in X-rated rant at Newcastle

    Mikel Arteta was filmed launching a remarkable foul-mouthed rant at his Arsenal players in the wake of their Champions League qualification collapse at the end off last season.

  • NBC Sports

    Premier League player Power Rankings – Week 2

    The latest Premier League player Power Rankings of the 2022-23 season are here, as we rank the top 20 on current form.

  • The Short Fuse

    Arsenal vs. Bournemouth: Premier League

    Up next is a pair of newly promoted clubs starting with Bournemouth this Saturday. Bournemouth is back in the Premier League after two seasons in the Championship. As they look to avoid the difficulties that now face newly promoted sides returning to the top flight, they’ve already picked up three crucial points.

  • FootballFanCast.com

    Leeds: Romano drops transfer update

    In a recent interview with GIVEMESPORT, the Italian journalist revealed that Victor Orta is still exploring a number of options in the summer transfer window, however, the Spanish director of football is acting with caution in the market in order to avoid pursuing a potential target who is not a suitable fit for the club. Regarding the Whites’ remaining transfer business, the transfer insider said: “For Leeds, they are exploring some options.

  • Irish Independent

    What time and TV Channel is Bournemouth v Arsenal? Kick-off time, TV and live stream details for Premier League game

    Arsenal look to continue their good start to the season with a trip to the seaside at Bournemouth this weekend. Here’s all you need to know about the match. Where and when is it on?

  • Sporting News

    Premier League MVP, matchday two: Gabriel Jesus provides the magic for Arsenal on his home debut

    Nottingham Forest claimed their first top-flight win since 1999 as they downed West Ham 1-0, while there were victories for Aston Villa and Liverpool. Elsewhere, Southampton fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Leeds, though Brighton failed to break down visiting Newcastle as the pair drew 0-0 at the Amex Stadium. Chelsea and Tottenham played out a very different kind of draw as a feisty London derby finished two apiece.

  • Associated Press

    World Cup Watch: Jesus out to reclaim Brazil's No. 9 jersey

    Gabriel Jesus knows all about that, having been handed the No. 9 jersey at the 2018 tournament in Russia and — as every Brazilian is acutely aware — failing to score a goal. As it stands, Jesus is way down the pecking order of forwards for Brazil. Indeed, if it wasn't for the fact that national teams will be able to call up 26 players — rather than 23 — for the World Cup in Qatar, Jesus might be struggling to make the squad.

  • The Independent

    Fantasy Premier League: Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne star in GW2 team of the week

    The best investment was in Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus, who backed up his prolific preseason and lively debut with two goals and two assists as the Gunners beat Leicester

  • ESPN.com

    Ranking every Premier League transfer ever between the Big Six clubs

    Willian, Chelsea to Arsenal, August 2020, Free Willian scored 61 goals in 337 games over seven years at Chelsea while winning two Premier League titles, an FA Cup, a League Cup and the Europa League. After registering his highest league goal tally in a Chelsea shirt (nine goals) in 2019-20, the Brazilian failed to agree a new contract and signed for the Gunners on a three-year deal worth £100,000 a week.

  • FootballFanCast.com

    Arsenal could land their own Jota in Neto

    Arsenal have made a fine start to the new season with two convincing wins from two thus far, although manager Mikel Arteta appears unlikely to rest on his laurels with more incomings potentially in the offing, as the Spaniard looks to increase his squad depth. Recent speculation has seen the Gunners linked with a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers starlet, Pedro Neto, with the 22-year-old said to have been a ‘long-term target’ for the north London outfit.

  • Football365

    Man Utd legend Ferdinand laughs off comparisons with Arsenal defender as 'madness'

    Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has dismissed comparisons between himself and Arsenal defender William Saliba as “madness”. Arsenal signed the Frenchman for £27m from Saint-Etienne in 2019 before allowing him to return to the Ligue 1 club for the rest of the season. He spent two more season-long loan spells at Nice and Marseille, with his performances last campaign earning him the Ligue 1 Young Player of the Year award and five caps for France.

  • Football365

    Nice plot move for £72m Arsenal flop and submit €10m bid for Championship forward

    According to reports, Nice have made a bid to sign Blackburn Rovers forward Ben Brereton Diaz and are keen on signing Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe on loan. Brereton Diaz has impressed for Blackburn ever since he added his Chilean heritage to his name and game. He has found the back of the net four times in 14 games for Chile after the South American country recruited him last year.

  • The Independent

    Barcelona set price for Chelsea transfer target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

    The arrival of Robert Lewandowski has pushed the former Arsenal forward down the pecking order

  • AFP

    Alexis Sanchez makes Marseille debut in Brest draw

    Alexis Sanchez came off the bench to make his debut for Marseille as his new club drew 1-1 with Brest in Ligue 1 on Sunday.

  • The Independent

    Jose v Wenger and Mancini v Fergie – memorable Premier League manager bust-ups

    Plenty of confrontations have happened on the touchline in the top flight.

  • PA Media: Sport

    Gabriel Jesus lifting Arsenal standards, says Mikel Arteta after Leicester win

    Jesus scored twice in the 4-2 victory at the Emirates Stadium.

  • Reuters

    WRAPUP 2-Soccer-Man City crush Bournemouth, Man Utd humiliated at Brentford

    Two games into the new Premier League season, champions Manchester City raised the bar even higher when they crushed promoted Bournemouth 4-0 on Saturday to maintain their fast start. A few hours later, however, neighbours Manchester United plumbed new depths when they suffered a 4-0 drubbing at Brentford to sit at the bottom of the table for the first time since 1992. United conceded four times in the opening 35 minutes and new manager Erik ten Hag afterwards apologised to the fans.