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The arrival of Mikel Arteta at Arsenal has seen the Gunners reverse their dismal fortunes of early in the 2019/20 season. Yet we still wonder whether or not Arteta has discovered who his best starting XI is.
Arsenal are reportedly prepared to activate the £42m buy-out clause present in the contract of Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey.
One of the best championships at the moment is the German Bundesliga, which offers excellent intrigue at the start of the season.
Arsenal legend Paul Merson has heaped praise on manager Mikel Arteta following the Gunners' 2-1 Premier League defeat to Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium.
Liverpool may not have won a league title in 30 years – counting from 1990, but the Reds are no strangers to title challenges.
Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta is reportedly keen on taking up the head coach role at Arsenal, should the north London side come forward with a proposal.
Arsenal are reportedly prepared to make a fresh approach for Manchester City's Mikel Arteta as they aim to recruit a permanent head coach in the coming days.
Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta is reportedly prepared to hold fresh discussions with Arsenal regarding the head coach position at the club.
Victor Lindelof is enjoying his time with Manchester United as he has featured in almost every Premier League game this season. Although United have conceded 12 goals this season, the centre-back has formed a great partnership with former Leicester player Harry Maguire at the back.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will hold talks with Bayern Munich next week regarding the vacant managerial position at the Bavarian side. The out of work Frenchman is desperate to return to football management and could be set for a surprise position at the Bundesliga champions.
Bayern Munich have reportedly turned down the chance to recruit former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger as their new head coach.
Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, is a possible candidate to be named the head coach of Bayern Munich. The Frenchman is known to speak fluent German and with a lot of managerial experience, he is reckoned as the perfect fit for Bayern Munich.
According to reports, Jose Mourinho is reportedly interested in returning to the Premier League to take over managerial duties at Arsenal. Mourinho was sacked in 2018 from the Manchester United job after a run of poor results but the Portuguese boss is a serial winner and the prospect of winning trophies with a third Premier League side is one that allures him.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he has received multiple offers from Premier League sides, but his love of the Gunners has prevented him so far making a move to another English club. Wenger has also revealed he hopes to one day return to football, but remains patient for the time being.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown has said that summer signing Nicolas Pepe is hampering the progression of younger Arsenal players, who have fared better than him during the opening phase of the campaign.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that he is not convinced Manchester United can fight with the title with the current crop of young and experienced players.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that Frank Lampard's Chelsea may struggle to compete for the Premier League title, considering the inexperience in the forward and defensive departments.
Parma and Ivory Coast international forward Gervinho is weighing up a return to the Premier League. The attacker, who had a previous spell playing under Arsene Wenger in England, is reportedly wanted by Premier League newcomers Norwich City for a cut price 2 million euro transfer fee.
Even the most anti-Arsene Wenger supporters will agree that Unai Emery's first season at Arsenal hasn't gone according to plan.
Arsenal defender Krystian Bielik has admitted that he may pursue a fresh challenge away from the Gunners, unless he is rewarded with a regular first-team role under manager Unai Emery.