Arsenal are willing to sell three players on deadline day


Emery's priority - like Sarri at Chelsea - is ensuring there isn't another season out of the Champions League.

The Evening Standard are reporting that the Besiktas defender could arrive for a fee of £26.9m as Emery looks to sure up his defence before the start of the new Premier League season. "The quality gap is not as big as in the Bundesliga". I watched him play against Chelsea and he got dominated and he lacked a lot of pace. Usually, Chelsea have a successful first year under a new sporting leadership.

"Looking around the dressing room and seeing what other players are being paid, in Arsenal's case the ludicrous contract that they awarded to Mesut Ozil in February, Ramsey might not think he's going to get that level of contract, sees himself as all footballers do when they get the age of 28, think this could be my last major contract. Liverpool, just like Tottenham, must win something someday.

Arsenal's Head of High-Performance Darren Burgess has revealed what head coach Unai Emery most wanted to change about the club (via Fox Sports).

"In the past, Arsenal have won games on great football, individual brilliance and having great attacking players, what we'll see Arsenal do more this season is win games tactically".

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"I think they conceded 51 goals which was quite high for Arsenal".

That gutsy display against the eventual bronze medalists is thought to have gained manager Akira Nishino more favour in his homeland, but the Japan FA would still prefer to bring in Wenger.

The 68-year-old parted ways with Arsenal at the end of last season, replaced by Spaniard Unai Emery, but has made no secret of his desire to continue coaching. But Spurs and [Harry] Kane must make use of the current momentum they have before it collapses one day. "But it's must if you want to be a big side".

The Gunners begin the new season on Sunday when they host the defending champions, and will be pleased to welcome Aaron Ramsey into the fold.