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ESPN FC - Arsenal News 27 May 15:00

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Arsenal – teamtalk.com 27 May 10:57

Mesut Ozil ?will begin contract talks? with Arsenal after Euro 2016

Mesut Ozil will open new contract talks with Arsenal after the European Championships in France, according to reports.

Sky Sports state that Ozil had always intended to hold the talks after the tournament however, and that this is not indicative of an exit.

The German international finished the 2015/16 campaign with 19 assists – six ahead of second placed Christian Eriksen – leading to speculation that clubs would come knocking.

While in Dubai last week, Ozil said: “I still have two years contract with Arsenal, as you know, and we will be in talks with the club and we’ll see what happens in the future.

“But as I said, now I’m concentrating on Euro 2016 in France, which is very important for me and my team after the last World Cup. Then later on, I will see what I do with Arsenal.”

In an interview with France Football, Ozil described how he has made changes to his lifestyle to stay on top of his game.

“Before, I liked to consume soft drinks and I did not drink enough water,” he said. “Now I drink a lot of water and green tea. In terms of nutrition, I quit the bread.

“So, I feel much better in my body and muscle injuries are becoming increasingly rare.

“I realised that talent alone is not enough to achieve my goals. Today, I am often the first to training and the last to leave. A few years ago, it was unimaginable (laughs). “

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Arsenal – teamtalk.com 27 May 08:48

Paper Talk: Liverpool eye £25m Saints star; Hazard?s Man Utd link

Liverpool are ready to turn their attention to Sadio Mane after missing out on Mario Gotze, while Eden Hazard is the latest name to be linked with Manchester United, according to Friday’s newspapers.

 

LIVERPOOL TO GO FOR MANE AFTER GOTZE SNUB

Sadio Mane: Southampton forward fit to face Crystal Palace

Liverpool have turned their focus to signing Southampton’s £25million-rated Sadio Mane after failing to land Mario Gotze.

Jurgen Klopp has turned to the Saints winger after top target Mario Gotze made it clear he would prefer to stay at Bayern Munich for another season.

Manchester United tried and failed to sign Mane last summer while Tottenham were also interested in the Senegal speedster.

Mane cost Saints £11.8m from Red Bull Salzburg in 2014.

But Ronald Koeman wants at least double that for one of his star men who last May scored the fastest ever Premier League hat-trick in just two minutes and 56 seconds against Aston Villa.

Liverpool have made a habit of raiding St Mary’s with Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren, Nathaniel Clyne and Rickie Lambert all moving to Anfield in the last two summers, with both The Guardian and the Daily Star claiming a move for Mane is now top of their agenda.

 

MOURINHO WANTS HAZARD AT UNITED

Jose Mourinho wants to bring Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard to Manchester United, according to reports in Italy, and as covered in the Daily Express.

The Belgian has been heavily linked with a move away from Chelsea in recent months after a disappointing season in west London.

Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have been credited with interest, while United have also kept tabs on him.

But following the news of Mourinho signing a deal to become United’s new boss, their pursuit of the Belgian has increased rapidly.

According to Italian journalist Emanuele Giulianelli, Mourinho has spoken directly with Hazard over a reunion at Old Trafford.

He tweeted: “Hazard wants to leave Stamford Bridge and Mourinho has spoken directly to him. This is what has happened. #cfc #mufc.”

Earlier on he suggested that a bid between £65million and £75m could be offered to prise him away from Chelsea.

He tweeted: “Mourinho wants Hazard from Chelsea at Manchester United. £65 mln offer could reach £75 mln. First contact with his entourage ok. #mufc #cfc.”

Hazard scored six goals for the Blues last season and is under contract until 2020.

 

 

AND THE REST

Breel Embolo: Wolfsburg see offer rejected

Jack Wilshere shouldn’t go to the Euros with England because he hasn’t played enough, says Sol Campbell (The Sun)

Gareth Bale is ready to emerge from Cristiano Ronaldo’s shadow to become Real Madrid’s star man as he prepares for the Champions League final against Atletico (The Sun)

Tottenham have opened negotiations with Basel forward Breel Embolo, 19, after he scored 21 goals in 61 leagues appearances (Daily Express)

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has postponed contract talks for a second time and the 27-year-old says he is unwilling to discuss signing a new deal until after Euro 2016 (The Times)

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 24, says he will remain at Stamford Bridge next season, despite interest from Real Madrid and Paris St-Germain (Daily Express)

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is eyeing a swoop for Atalanta’s teenage Ivory Coast international centre-back Franck Kessie (The Sun)

Bournemouth ace Glenn Murray is wanted by Reading, QPR and Fulham (The Sun)

Charlton want Russell Slade to be their boss (The Sun)

Swansea have made a move for AZ Alkmaar’s attacking midfielder Markus Henriksen, 23, who is valued at £6m by the Dutch club (South Wales Evening Post)

Premier League champions Leicester City look like making Sporting Gijon centre-back Luis Hernandez, 27, their first signing of the summer on a free transfer (Leicester Mercury)

Bournemouth are leading the race to sign 18-year-old striker Mikael Ndjoli, who has not offered a professional contract by Millwall (Bournemouth Echo)

Diego Simeone will snub interest from the Premier League to see out his contract with Atletico Madrid (The Sun)

Barcelona full-back Dani Alves, 33, is expected to announce he is joining Serie A champions Juventus on a free transfer signing three-year deal (Daily Mirror)

Everton are planning an offer to tempt Arsenal legend Marc Overmars – the director of football at Ajax – back into English football (Daily Express)

The agent of Martin Skrtel says the 31-year-old defender is “90% sure to leave Liverpool” this summer with Turkish side Besiktas a possible destination (ESPN)

Derby County have interviewed former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson about becoming the club’s new manager (The Times)

Chelsea will block any attempts by Mourinho to sign Brazilian midfielder Willian, 27, who has been linked with a £60m move to the Red Devils (London Evening Standard)

Liverpool and Wales midfielder Joe Allen, 26, who has been linked with Swansea, says if any interested clubs want to talk to him, he is “not going to pie them” (The Sun)

Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Mario, 23, says he is focused on playing for Portugal at Euro 2016 after reported interest from Manchester United and Chelsea (Daily Express)

Piotr Zielinski’s proposed move to Liverpool from Udinese is in danger of collapsing, the Poland international midfielder’s agent has revealed (Daily Star)

Alessandro Florenzi: Linked with move to United

Jose Mourinho wants to sign Roma pair Alessandro Florenzi and Kostas Manolas (Daily Star)

Arsenal are bracing themselves for a summer bid from Barcelona for full-back Hector Bellerin (Daily Star)

Pep Guardiola has told Manchester City chiefs they need eight new starters as he plots his summer overhaul (Daily Mirror)

Man City midfielder Yaya Toure, 33, has rejected offers of £30m from two Chinese Super League clubs and is also not interested in joining Serie A side Inter Milan (The Guardian)

Raheem Sterling, signed from Liverpool for £47m, is fearing for his Man City future under Pep Guardiola due to a crisis of confidence (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea are confident of beating competition from Manchester United to resign their former striker Romelu Lukaku from Everton (Daily Mirror)

Gary Cahill has become another injury worry for England after it emerged he needs painkilling injections to allow him to play (Daily Mirror)

Roberto Di Matteo is set to be given the task of rebuilding relegated Aston Villa (Daily Mirror)

Roma have joined West Ham in the pursuit of Newcastle star Georginio Wijnaldum, with his agent confirming the player has to think about his future (Daily Mail)

Arsenal have tabled a £1.2m bid for Bolton defender Rob Holding, with the League One club considering Chris Powell and Nigel Adkins for the manager’s job (Daily Mail)

Liverpool are considering a summer approach for Dinamo Zagreb’s Ante Coric, with Chelsea and Manchester City also in the race for the Croatia Under-21 international midfielder (Daily Mail)

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Arsenal F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 27 May 01:09

Arsenal table £1.2million bid for Bolton defender Rob Holding

The League One side had rejected Arsenal’s opening offer of £750,000 as they value their England Under 21 international at closer to £4million. Holding will not sign a new deal with the Trotters.

ESPN FC - Arsenal News 27 May 00:30

Would Arsenal be champions with Higuain?

The ESPN FC crew pretend Gonzalo Higuain went to Arsenal last summer and predict how the Premier League would have been different.

ESPN FC - Arsenal News 26 May 19:40

MLS All-Star game set for July 28 vs. Arsenal in San Jose

Impressive results and late-game heroics: 90+ takes a look back at the key matchups from Week 12 of the 2016 Major League Soccer season. The likes of Alex Morgan, Kaka and more give their predictions on the Champions League final. The 2016 MLS All-Star Game start time has been set for July 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET as the league's best will face Premier League side Arsenal in San Jose, California. The game will be played at the San Jose Earthquakes' Avaya Stadium and telecast in the U.S. on ESPN and in the UK on Sky Sports. After last year's game against Tottenham, the appearance of Arsenal marks the second consecutive year -- and ninth time in the past 12 years -- that the MLS All-Stars will face English opposition. The Gunners...

Arsenal F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 19:08

Arsenal new boy Granit Xhaka can be good as Patrick Vieira... he can change everything!

With his combination of superb technique and immense character, £35m signing Granit Xhaka has the genuine potential to turn Arsenal's infamous glass jaw into stone.

ESPN FC - Arsenal News 26 May 18:13

Aaron Ramsey to wear Mikel Arteta's No. 8 at Arsenal next season

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson addresses what Granit Xhaka brings to Arsenal's squad. Aaron Ramsey will take over Mikel Arteta's No. 8 shirt at Arsenal next season, the club has announced. Ramsey will switch from the No. 16 he has previously worn, with Arteta leaving the club this summer to go into coaching. We've got a new No 8... pic.twitter.com/OlWees7T5P - Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 26, 2016 He's the second Arsenal player to change shirt numbers for next season, with Alexis Sanchez taking over Tomas Rosicky's No. 7 instead of the 17 he has worn since joining the Gunners two...

Arsenal F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 17:49

Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Brendan Rodgers were among 56 bosses given the boot in 2015-16... the worst season ever for sacking managers

It's part of the modern game. Football is a results business and managers are swiftly sacked if scores aren't up to scratch. The 56 managerial dismissals last season was the highest amount ever.

Arsenal F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 17:11

Stan Kroenke increases Arsenal stake to above 67 per cent despite fan protests

American businessman Stan Kroenke has increased his majority shareholding in Arsenal, despite discontent at the Emirates Stadium. Kroenke's stake is now in excess of 67 per cent.

Arsenal F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 14:09

Arsenal new boy Granit Xhaka to face his brother Taulant when Switzerland take on Albania at Euro 2016

Arsenal have parted with £35million to bring in Granit Xhaka, and the midfielder now has a doubly enthralling summer ahead with the prospect of coming up against his brother at Euro 2016.

Arsenal – teamtalk.com 26 May 13:09

Arsenal new boy Xhaka compared to Pirlo

Arsenal new boy Granit Xhaka has been compared to Andrea Pirlo by Johan Djourou.

Arsenal confirmed the signing of Xhaka from Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday, and, according to his Switzerland team-mate Djourou, they will not be disappointed.

“Granit is a great ball player, the guy has a magical left foot,” the former Gunners defender told the Daily Mirror. “He can ping the ball all over the place.

“He is a strong tackler – he is very hard going into tackles – and overall he is a very, very, very good player.

“He can see a pass. He can tackle, he can assist. I would say, if I am being honest, there is a little bit of a Pirlo about him, just in terms of the precision that he plays the ball with. Granit can play those types of ball.

“He can come and get the ball and ping it 40 yards onto your feet. He is that kind of player, but with more physicality to his game.

“It is hard to give a perfect description but I would say he has a bit of Pirlo about him.”

Djourou, who spent a decade at Arsenal before joining Hamburg two years ago, is also confident Xhaka will have little trouble adapting to the English game, adding: “I think he will cope well because he has the physicality aspect to his game already.

“Sometimes when people come to the Premier League they are surprised at how physical it actually is. But he already has that.

“He is a player who gets a lot of yellow cards because in Germany it is maybe a bit too hard for his opponents. But English football will be perfect for him.”

Arsene Wenger apparently wants to make at least two more signings for the first team this summer, with Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly the latest player to be linked with the Gunners.

Djourou believes his former club do need to make further reinforcements, adding: “I’m not sure if Granit will be enough.

“Other teams will strengthen as well. Guardiola will go in for a lot of players. Manchester United as well. Chelsea too and Liverpool will buy. So the Premier League next year will be even harder to win. That’s why Arsenal will have to match those clubs in terms of who they buy.

“They always get a lot of critics because they haven’t won the title for a long time. But at the end of the day they finished second.

“I think this year the title was there for the taking and they had a chance because the big guns were not really performing. But they are progressing all the time and, to be fair to them, they were one of the few teams to beat Leicester twice. I think they will come good.”

Arsenal have been linked with Leicester City midfielder N’Golo Kante, who has a £20million buy-out clause in his contract, and Djourou does not believe the signing of Xhaka should mean an end to that interest.

“I’ve seen Kante play and I would say he is different to Xhaka,” Djourou said. “Kante is a great box to box player who never stops running. He could run for maybe two days in a row without stopping.

“Granit is more of a player who likes to play. He is very good tactically but he is more of a playmaker.”

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Arsenal – teamtalk.com 26 May 12:44

Rumour Mill: Chelsea and Man Utd battle for Atleti star

Chelsea and Manchester United refuse to give up on Antoine Griezmann, while Arsenal and Tottenham are apparently vying to sign Villarreal playmaker Denis Suarez.

ARSENAL

– Barcelona have made Arsenal star Hector Bellerin one of their top transfer targets this summer (talkSPORT)

– Arsenal and Tottenham have both reportedly made a ‘proposal’ to try and lure Denis Suarez away from Villarreal (Mundo Deportivo)

– Jose Mourinho wants to rival Arsenal and Juventus to sign Barcelona star Javier Mascherano when he takes over at Manchester United (Mundo Deportivo)

– Mesut Ozil is happy at Arsenal and will discuss a new contract with the club after Euro 2016 (Sky Sports)

Arsenal are looking at Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly (Daily Telegraph)

– Hull teenager Josh Tymon is a target for Arsenal and Tottenham (ESPN)

– Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Alvaro Morata to Arsenal — but want at least £38million and hope Chelsea and Manchester City start a bidding war (The Sun)

CHELSEA

– Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Mario insists he is only focused on Euro 2016 despite speculation linking the 23-year-old with Chelsea and Manchester United (Daily Express)

– Alexandre Pato has no idea whether he will be remaining at Chelsea beyond the summer as the club have not been in contact with him, says his agent (Goal)

– Marco Amelia has admitted he’s had offers to leave Chelsea for a return to Italy (Corriere dello Sport)

Chelsea are refusing to give up on Atletico Madrid goal machine Antoine Griezmann, who is also of interest to Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain (Daily Mirror)

– Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Alvaro Morata to Arsenal — but want at least £38million and hope Chelsea and Manchester City start a bidding war (The Sun)

– Norwich want to sign Blues striker Patrick Bamford on a permanent deal this summer (TudoMercadoWeb)

CRYSTAL PALACE

– Crystal Palace forward Keshi Anderson is poised to sign a new deal at Selhurst Park (HITC)

LEICESTER CITY

– Paris Saint-Germain are continuing their pursuit of Leicester City’s N’Golo Kante despite the midfielder informing the French champions he wants to stay in the Premier League (Daily Mail)

– English champions Leicester City and Hoffenheim have agreed a permanent transfer of Andrej Kramaric

– Claudio Ranieri wants £12million Nice star Nampalys Mendy to replace N’Golo Kante (Daily Mirror)

LIVERPOOL

Martin Skrtel: Liverpool have improved at back in his absence

– The agent of Martin Skrtel admits he’s 90 per cent sure the defender will leave Anfield this summer

– Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has dropped a big clue that Mario Gotze has no long-term future at the club by hinting he will not play continuously (Kicker)

Liverpool have made a bid for Lorient left-back Raphael Guerreiro

– Liverpool are ready to rival Manchester City and Manchester United this summer for the signing of West Ham starlet Reece Oxford (Mirror)

MANCHESTER CITY

– Yaya Toure is determined to remain in the Premier League should he leave Manchester City this summer (Telegraph)

– Liverpool are ready to rival Manchester City and Manchester United this summer for the signing of West Ham starlet Reece Oxford (Mirror)

– Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has turned down a £30million (£577,000 per week) offer from two Chinese clubs to join them this summer (talkSPORT)

– Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Alvaro Morata to Arsenal — but want at least £38million and hope Chelsea and Manchester City start a bidding war (The Sun)

– Yaya Toure is determined to remain in the Premier League next season, even if Manchester City opt to sell him (Daily Telegraph)

MANCHESTER UNITED

<> at Camp Nou on August 5, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain.

– Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Mario insists he is only focused on Euro 2016 despite speculation linking the 23-year-old with Chelsea and Manchester United (Daily Express)

– Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 34, has told Manchester United he is keen to join them but wants €15million (£11.3m) per season to do so (Guardian)

– Jose Mourinho wants to sign rival Arsenal and Juventus to sign Barcelona star Javier Mascherano when he takes over at Manchester United (Mundo Deportivo)

– Mourinho held transfer talks with the brother of Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain yesterday (Emanuele Giulianelli)

– Chelsea are refusing to give up on Atletico Madrid goal machine Antoine Griezmann, who is also of interest to Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are willing to pay €40million to sign Greece centre-back Kostas Manolas from Roma (Sky Sport Italia)

– Jose Mourinho wants to be reunited with Willian at Manchester United

– Liverpool are ready to rival Manchester City and Manchester United this summer for the signing of West Ham starlet Reece Oxford (Mirror)

NEWCASTLE UNITED

– Rafael Benitez reportedly wants Brighton defender Lewis Dunk, Leeds teenager Lewis Cook and Derby midfielder Will Hughes (The Sun)

NORWICH

– The Canaries want to sign Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford on a permanent deal this summer (TudoMercadoWeb)

SOUTHAMPTON

Southampton and West Ham are interested in Juventus striker Simone Zaza (La Gazzetta dello Sport)
– Southampton have confirmed that Gaston Ramirez will leave the club after reaching the end of his contract

STOKE CITY

– After a week on trial with Orlando City, defender Dionatan Teixeira reportedly will receive an offer to sign with the Lions (WFTV)

SUNDERLAND

– Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers reportedly has his sights set on signing Sunderland forward Danny Graham (Daily Mail)

TOTTENHAM

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– Tottenham and West Ham transfer target Michy Batshuayi has confirmed he will make summer transfer (Metro)

– Arsenal and Tottenham have both reportedly made a ‘proposal’ to try and lure Denis Suarez away from Villarreal (Mundo Deportivo)

– Hull teenager Josh Tymon is a target for Arsenal and Tottenham (ESPN)

WATFORD

– Isaac Success’ agent claims striker’s move from Granada to Watford may depend on Odion Ighalo’s future (Allnigeriasoccer)

WEST HAM

Southampton and West Ham are interested in Juventus striker Simone Zaza (Gazzetta dello Sport)
– Tottenham and West Ham transfer target Michy Batshuayi has confirmed he will make summer transfer (Metro)

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Arsenal – teamtalk.com 26 May 10:36

Arsenal turn to Napoli CB as early moves continue

Arsenal are reported to have turned their attention to Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly after completing the signing of Granit Xhaka.

Arsenal did not sign a single outfield player last summer, adding only goalkeeper Petr Cech to their squad, but Arsene Wenger has already sanctioned the £30million signing of Xhaka and wants to sign a new defender and forward before the summer is out.

According to the Daily Telegraph, Koulibaly is the Gunners’ next target. The Senegal international is also interesting Chelsea and Manchester United, but Wenger is determined to add a centre-back to his squad and so could move quickly for the 24-year-old, who is expected to cost around £20million.

Alvaro Morata remains Wenger’s top strike target, but Real Madrid are set to exercice a £23million buy-back clause to re-sign him from Juventus and then sell him on at a profit, with The Sun claiming the Spanish side want £38million.

Arsenal are also following Vincent Janssen at AZ Alkmaar, the Daily Telegraph says, while Bolton defender Rob Holding, Celtic left back Kieran Tierney and Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon are among several young British players the club are hoping to sign.

Lorient vice-president Alex Hayes, meanwhile, claims four clubs have bid for Portugal left-back Raphael Guerreiro.

Hayes named Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund as two of the clubs to have made offers, with Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain reported to be the other interested parties.

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Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC 25 May 13:05

Arsenal sign Switzerland midfielder Xhaka

Borussia Monchengladbach and Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka joins Arsenal for a reported £35m on a long-term contract.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC 20 May 18:26

Xhaka close to completing Arsenal move

Arsenal are close to completing the signing of Borussia Monchengladbach captain Granit Xhaka.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC 15 May 19:31

Arteta and Rosicky to leave Arsenal

Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta and fellow midfielder Tomas Rosicky will leave the club when their contracts expire this summer.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC 15 May 19:16

Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa

Arsenal finish second in the Premier League for the first time since 2005 thanks to an Olivier Giroud hat-trick.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC 12 May 15:48

Appeal after rival fan, 12, hit in face

A fundraising campaign to raise money for a 12-year-old Arsenal supporter who was punched in the face by a Manchester City fan almost reaches its £1,000 target.

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