December 20 2013 Latest news:
Arsene Wenger is worried for the quality of football if managers “are sacked every three weeks for ridiculous reasons.”
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho won’t be giving Ashley Cole a birthday present in the form of a start at Arsenal.
Arsenal host Chelsea in the Barclays Premier League on Monday night.
Manager Arsene Wenger accepts there is not much Arsenal can do about Jack Wilshere’s two-match ban but called on referees and the Football Association to be consistent in how they respond to indiscipline.
Luis Suarez has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas has insisted that he wants to remain at the Spanish giants.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool target Konstantinos Mitroglou has extended his contract at Olympiakos.
Alleged Arsenal target Fabian Schar has been interesting English clubs, his agent has revealed.
With the January transfer window about to spring open and Arsenal’s form beginning to falter, calls have resurfaced for Arsene Wenger to start shopping again.
Manager Jose Mourinho is fearful of an end to his stranglehold over Arsene Wenger unless Chelsea can overcome continual failings in Monday’s clash at Premier League leaders Arsenal.
Arsenal must plan to start their hectic festive schedule without midfielder Jack Wilshere after the Football Association confirmed his two-match ban for an offensive hand gesture made towards Manchester City fans.
Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has targeted a return early in the New Year having suffered a knee injury in the first game of the Premier League season against Aston Villa.
The Football Association have announced that Jack Wilshere’s two-match ban for an offensive gesture will stand after chairman Greg Dyke told the well-paid Arsenal midfielder he must “learn to cope” with abuse from rival supporters.
Bacary Sagna admits that a move away from Arsenal in January is an option but says he still harbours hopes of winning some silverware with the north London club.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has admitted a charge from the Football Association over an offensive hand gesture made towards Manchester City fans, but has contested the mandatory two-match ban and the case will be heard by a commission on Thursday.