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RB Leipzig Manager Ralph Hasenhüttl Appears To Confirm Arsenal Contact

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RB Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhüttl has just poured a load of petrol all over the fire of speculation surrounding Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal future. The newly-promoted Bundesliga side have been one of the biggest stories of the season so far, sitting three points clear of Bayern Munich (and unbeaten) on top of the table after twelve games. Leipzig’s exploits have not gone …

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Recently Departed Winger Claims Arsenal ‘Badly’ Wanted Him To Stay

Former Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry has revealed that despite Arsenal ‘badly’ wanting him to stay at the Emirates, he chose to leave in order to become a better player. The 21-year-old featured only 18 times for Arsenal’s first team in the three seasons he spent at the Emirates and, according to the player, making the summer switch from the Premier …

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Arsenal Target Bundesliga Star As Alexis Sanchez Replacement

Arsenal continued their impressive start to the season at Old Trafford on Saturday, coming form behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Manchester United. The result ensures that Arsene Wenger’s side has not lost a game since the opening day of the season. The draw however, sees them drop to fourth in the table, three points behind the charging Chelsea, …

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Serge Gnabry Delighted To Get Over ‘Difficult’ Time With Arsenal As Fans Ponder Wenger’s Decision

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Former Arsenal prodigy Serge Gnabry has revealed his relief to overcame two ‘difficult’ years with a stunning hat-trick on his Germany debut in the 8-0 win against San Marino. Gnabry became the first German to score three goals since Dieter Müller in the 1976 European Championship semi-final against Yugoslavia to put his country into the final. Forty years later, a youngster …

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Arsenal Expertly Trolled By Werder Bremen After Serge Gnabry’s Debut Hat-Trick For Germany

Although some people say that Germans don’t have a sense of humour, Bundesliga clubs seem to going out of their way to challenge that perception. Following Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s move to Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund issued a statement that both confirmed the news and trolled the “fifth-place English team last season”. While most United fans were expecting to have the last laugh, so …

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Anthony Modeste: Europe’s Top Goalscorer Who Is Maintaining Köln’s Title Dreams

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The beginning of the 2016/17 campaign in the Bundesliga had the mainstream media arguing amongst themselves as to who would have the unrivalled quality to be Germany’s Torschützenkönig, the top scorer, at the end of the season. Naturally, the goalscoring exploits of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Robert Lewandowski’s lethal proficiency in front of goal saw the two placed as the only forwards who …

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Bundesliga Prodigy Reveals Why He Rejected Arsenal And Liverpool In The Summer

LEIPZIG, GERMANY - OCTOBER 23: Naby Deco Keita of Leipzig jubilates after scoring the first goal during the Bundesliga match between RB Leipzig and SV Werder Bremen at Red Bull Arena on October 23, 2016 in Leipzig, Germany. (Photo by Matthias Kern/Bongarts/Getty Images)

RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita was a wanted man last summer with Arsenal and Liverpool among the clubs chasing his signature. The Guinean international instead joined newly-promoted the Bundesliga side from Red Bull Salzburg in a €15m deal in the summer, shunning interest from the aforementioned Premier League duo, as well as Manchester City and Southampton, to do so. At the …

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Euro Round-Up: La Liga Rains Goals, Juventus Go Five Points Clear

MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 15: Yannick Carrasco of Club Atletico de Madrid celebrates with Felipe Luis after scoring his 3rd goal during the La Liga match between Club Atletico de Madrid and Granada CF at Vicente Calderon Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

Spain’s top clubs tightened the screw at the weekend, while Juventus opened an ominous gap in Serie A and Bayern Munich’s blip continued. To La Liga first, where Barcelona set the tone for the weekend by beating Deportivo La Coruña 4-0 at the Camp Nou on Saturday. A Rafinha double and Luis Suárez strike before half time ended the tie …

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Arsene Wenger Put On Alert As Long Term Arsenal Target Confirms He Will Leave Wolfsburg This Season

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Arsenal remain in the market for a centre forward. For the past number of seasons it seems Arsenal have been perennially linked with a move for Julian Draxler. Rumours of bids being made and the player’s desire to leave Wolfsburg have all freely circulated in the past. Throughout that time, the German international has reportedly been on the verge of joining Arsenal on …

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