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  • William Pugh10 minutes agoJuly 12, 2019

    ARSENAL target Wilfried Zaha was involved in arguably the most bonkers moment of the 2019 Afcon in Ivory Coast’s penalty-shootout loss to Algeria.

    With the score at 1-0 to Algeria, defender Ramy Bensebaini grabbed Zaha’s hand and threw it at his OWN face before collapsing in a heap on the floor.

    Watch video below…

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/9492345/

  • William Pugh37 minutes agoJuly 12, 2019

    ARSENAL cult hero John Jensen has returned to the club to take on the role of scouting in Scandinavia.

    The former Denmark manager, 54, played for Arsenal between 1992 and 1996 and will now return to help the club with finding new talent.

    Jensen described the opportunity as his dream job as he prepares to work alongside Unai Emery and his backroom staff.

    The Dane said: “It is true that I have to work for Arsenal.

    “On July 1, I started my job as head scout for the club in Scandinavia.

    “Initially, I need to find talents for the club’s academy, but in the long term I hope to contribute with scouting players to the Premier League squad.

    “After more than 20 years as a coach, I feel that I have my finger on the pulse of the football industry.”

  • William Pugh1 hour agoJuly 12, 2019

    ARSENAL can only complete an £80million move for Wilfried Zaha if club owner Stan Kroenke allows them to splash the cash.

    The cash-strapped Gunners have offered three players plus cash in a desperate bid to land the Crystal Palace forward this summer.

    But Roy Hodgson’s side are reportedly not interested in taking any Arsenal player as part of the deal.

    The Gunners were also unsuccessful in their attempt to land him with a £40m bid – with a buy now pay later scheme over five years.

  • William Pugh1 hour agoJuly 12, 2019

    ARSENAL fans on Twitter are convinced Hector Bellerin should be their next captain after Laurent Koscielny's Gunners career all but died yesterday.

  • William Pugh2 hours agoJuly 12, 2019

    LYON, Bordeaux and Rennes are set for a transfer battle for Arsenal skipper Laurent Koscielny after he went on strike yesterday, according to reports.

    The French centre-back refused to travel with the rest of squad for a pre-season tour of the USA, demanding to be let go for free.

    Bordeaux and Lyon seemed to have been the front-runners for Koscielny’s signature.

    But according to Yahoo Sport in France, the Arsenal rebel is now “close” to agreeing personal terms with Rennes.

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