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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Aubameyang Juventus loan, Coutinho LAST, Kolasinac to Watford

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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Aubameyang Juventus loan, Coutinho LAST, Kolasinac to Watford


ARSENAL will face Liverpool in the EFL Cup semi-final after Jurgen Klopp’s side won a thriller against Leicester.

The Gunners could get up and watch Wednesday’s games after passing League One team Sunderland.

Meanwhile, the Spanish press claim that Barcelona are desperate to send Phillipe Coutinho on loan to the Premier League.

And that puts the Gunners in a strong position, with technical director Edu known to be close to Coutinho’s agent Kia Joorabchian.

However, Arsenal have put former captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang up for sale while they wait to see which clubs are interested.

The majority of clubs are reportedly unwilling or unable to fund his salary, but some claim Juventus could, provided the deal is a loan.


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  • Ian Wright shouts “disrespect”

    Arsenal legend Ian Wright has asked Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol to apologize for appearing to smirk when announcing the Gunners signed Takehiro Tomiyasu.

    Wright can’t forget that the Japan international’s move to the Emirates was mocked on Sky Sports News.

    The 58-year-old Gunners legend shared a clip of Solhekol discussing the transfer at the time – with him seemingly unimpressed.

    He captioned it: “An apology as loud as disrespect please !!!!!”

  • Free Arsenal releases since 2018

    Alexandre Lacazette is expected to bow out on a free transfer next summer.

    But he won’t be the first Arsenal player to leave for nothing …

  • Charlie Patino approached for fame

    Paul Merson believes Charlie Patino and his Arsenal comrades can become special players.

    He said: “There are good things going on at Arsenal.

    “You have these young players. Imagine if Nketiah comes into the squad, then all of a sudden you have Smith Rowe on one side and Saka on the other or Martinelli and Smith Rowe pulling back.

    “The four players and young Charlie may be the next five, six, seven years at Arsenal.

    “Who knows, they could be the next Man United.”

  • Biggest player sales ever for Arsenal

    Arsenal’s biggest sale in recent years saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain join Liverpool for over £ 34million in 2017.

    But they still haven’t received more than the £ 36million they received from Barcelona for Marc Overmars 21 YEARS ago.

  • Arsenal learn about Carabao’s semi-finals

    Arsenal will face Liverpool in the Carabao Cup semi-final next month.

    The first leg will see the Gunners attempting to reach their first League Cup final since 2018, when they lost 3-0 to Man City.

    Arsenal have also lost finals to Birmingham and Chelsea over the past 14 years.

    And their last Carabao Cup success dates back to 1993 against Sheffield Wednesday.

  • Following

    Let’s take a look at Arsenal’s next five games …

  • Kolasinac linked to Watford move

    Watford could be on the verge of giving Sead Kolasinac an Arsenal breakout.

    The 28-year-old has only made four appearances for the Gunners so far this season.

    He spent half of last season on loan at former club Schalke as he slumped down to last place in the Bundesliga.

    The versatile defender has since struggled to find minutes in the Emirates.

    Kolasinac is out of contract next summer and could be allowed to leave permanently if an offer comes up in January.

    That lifeline could come in the form of a move to Vicarage Road.

  • Ian Wright shouts “disrespect”

    Arsenal legend Ian Wright has asked Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol to apologize for appearing to smirk when announcing the Gunners signed Takehiro Tomiyasu.

    Wright can’t forget that the Japan international’s move to the Emirates was mocked on Sky Sports News.

    The 58-year-old Gunners legend shared a clip of Solhekol discussing the transfer at the time – with him seemingly unimpressed.

    He said: “An apology as loud as disrespect please !!!!! @SkyKaveh.

  • The most expensive transfers in Arsenal

  • Premier League Boxing Day matches

    The day after Christmas :
    Liverpool v Leeds – Postponed
    Wolves vs. Watford – Postponed
    Burnley vs. Everton
    Man City v Leicester
    Norwich v Arsenal
    Tottenham v Crystal Palace
    West Ham v Southampton
    Aston Villa vs. Chelsea (5.30 p.m. GMT)
    Brighton vs. Brentford (5.30 p.m. GMT)

  • Calls for the semi-finals to go

    Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte have both called for the Carabao Cup semi-final to be reduced to one leg.

    Liverpool qualified for the final four after a grueling 3-3 draw with Leicester, which they won on penalties.

    Tottenham, meanwhile, have reserved their place by beating London rival West Ham.

    They are now set to face Chelsea over two sets in another derby, while Liverpool face Arsenal, with a week separating the two games.

    But Klopp and Conte are not happy with the build-up of matches.

  • Do you recognize Stuart Taylor?

    Arsenal cult icon Stuart Taylor looks almost unrecognizable 20 years after his Premier League exploits.

    The former goalkeeper, now 41, was set to become David Seaman’s long-term successor at Highbury.

    Taylor broke into Arsenal’s first team in 2001 after making his way through the youth ranks.

    As well as helping his side win the Premier League crown in 2001-02, Taylor grabbed attention with his long slicked back locks.

    But two decades after his fresh-faced feat, the former England Under-21 player has a very different figure.

  • David considering Premier League move

    Jonathan David will leave Lille at the end of the season – warning Premier League clubs, his agent has said.

    Already this season, the striker has scored 15 goals in 26 appearances, drawing the attention of transfers from across Europe.

    He is under contract with Lille until 2025, but his agent has revealed that they will push to leave next summer.

    Nick Mavromaras told Radio Canada: “For us, the goal is to finish the season in Lille, but it will be his last season there for several reasons.

    “I think the Premier League is a good option for him. I think he likes Spain a lot too because he likes the feel of the ball and the very technical players. These two leagues are a big priority for him, but nothing is excluded. “

    Real Madrid and Arsenal are part of the club that would hunt down the Canada international.

  • Premier League table

    Arsenal are in fourth place over Christmas thanks to an impressive performance under Mikel Arteta.

    Can they continue to ensure Champions League football next season?

  • Two Boxing Day matches postponed

    The Premier League’s Boxing Day schedule has already taken a huge hit with TWO games canceled.

    Liverpool’s clash with Leeds and Wolves against Watford has both been postponed. The Premier League have confirmed that neither Leeds nor Watford have enough players to come into Sunday’s game at 12:30 p.m.

    A statement read: “Following requests for postponement from Leeds United and Watford due to Covid-19, the Premier League board met this morning and unfortunately agreed to cancel the matches the day after. Christmas for the two clubs concerned.

    “The two matches are Wolverhampton Wanderers against Watford and Liverpool against Leeds United, both scheduled for Sunday at 12:30 GMT.

    “The board of directors was able today to make its decisions before Boxing Day to clarify matters to the clubs and their supporters. We apologize for the inconvenience and disruption caused to the festive plans of these fans.

    “The League realizes that the decision to postpone these two matches will disappoint fans and understand their frustrations at a particular time of the year when supporters are eager to attend and watch football matches.”

  • Arsenal’s remarkably impressive trophy cabinet

    One of the most decorated teams in the history of English football – Arsenal have an incredible trophy cabinet.

    Can they add more this season?

  • 2015 – Patino signed by Wenger

    Charlie Patino was signed by Arsene Wenger at the age of 11 from Luton Town in 2015.

    Six years later, he scored on his first-team debut against Sunderland on Tuesday night.

  • Premium clubs affected by CAN

    The Africa Cup of Nations is set to take place next month despite Covid concerns following critical talks.

    And that could have a major impact on a number of Premier League clubs and their respective fights at both ends of the table.

    Here are the Arsenal players ready to go for the tournament:

    • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon)
    • Mohamed Elneny (Egypt)
    • Thomas Partey (Ghana)
    • Nicolas Pepe (Ivory Coast)
  • Arsenal’s plethora of freebies exist

    Arsenal have let a number of players go for free over the past four years.

    Here are those big names – all nine totaling a whopping £ 167million market value.

  • The highest paid players in the Premier League

  • Charlie Patino’s unforgettable night

    Arsenal youngster Charlie Patino called Tuesday the “best day of his life” after scoring on his debut for the club.

  • Patino the future of Arsenal

    Former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson has made Charlie Patino and the young Gunners forwards the backbone of the squad for years to come.

    Patino came off the bench and scored the last goal in North Londoners’ 5-1 Carabao Cup quarter-final win over Sunderland on Tuesday night.

    He told Sky Sports: “There are good things going on at Arsenal.

    “You have these young players. Imagine if Nketiah comes into the squad, then all of a sudden you have Smith Rowe on one side and Saka on the other or Martinelli and Smith Rowe pulling back.

    “The four players and young Charlie may be the next five, six, seven years at Arsenal.

    “Who knows, they could be the next Man United.”

  • Arsenal’s next five games

    Remember that the two semi-finals of the Carabao Cup have yet to be added to this list.

    The exact dates of these are not yet confirmed but will be played in early January.

  • The Arsenal of Arteta in motion

    Opta Joe take out Arsenal’s positive statistics this morning.

    32 – Since the summer transfer window closed, only Man City (38) and Liverpool (34) have won more points in the Premier League than Arsenal (32). Reborn.

  • Leave the Emirates?

    Eddie Nketiah is said to be heading for the exit despite Arsenal’s best efforts to keep him.

    The 22-year-old could leave the Emirates as early as January after rejecting requests to sign a new deal.

    The Mail reports that West Ham, Crystal Palace and Brighton are among the Premier League clubs monitoring the situation.

    Nketiah is out of contract this summer and is reportedly free to sign a pre-contract deal with foreign clubs next month.

    It would be the subject of an interest on the part of Germany and France with a view to a possible move abroad.

    The forward is in desperate need of more first-team football as he tries to break into the senior England squad.