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Arsenal Linked With £26 Million Move For Croatian Midfielder After Wenger Hints At More Signings

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Arsenal’s transfer strategy finally kicked into gear this week. Although Arsenal had been expected to sign Shkodran Mustafi for a number of weeks, their move for Deportivo de La Coruna’s Lucas Perez came as a surprise to long standing observers of the Gunners. However, Arsene Wenger’s transfer activity may not be finished yet, after reports in Italy claimed that the Arsenal have registered …

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Arsenal Line Up Mustafi Alternatives As Talks Over A Fee Continue [Report]


Arsenal began their Premier League campaign on Sunday, suffering a 4-3 defeat at home to a rampant Liverpool side. Pre-season injuries to defensive duo Per Mertesacker and Gabriel Paulista meant that Wenger, was forced to form a makeshift defence with 20-year-old debutant Rob Holding – a summer signing from League One side Bolton – partnering fellow countryman Calum Chambers in the …

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Arsenal Identify Perfect Target To Replace The Injured Mertesacker

With Sky Sports confirming that Per Mertesacker’s knee problem will rule him out of action for five months, leaving Calum Chambers and Rob Holding as the only backup centre-backs, Arsenal are in a hurry to find a new defensive partner for Laurent Koscielny. According to reliable Norwegian journalist and former Bundesliga star Jan Aage Fjortoft, Arsenal want to replace one …

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Middlesbrough Agree Deal To Sign Alvaro Negredo On Season-Long Loan

Middlesbrough are looking to make a statement on their return to the Premier League this term and the recruitment of Valencia forward Alvaro Negredo certainly shows their intent. Following the completion of the paperwork, the Spanish forward will join the club on a season-long loan, marking his return to the Premier League after a previous stint at Manchester City. The 30-year-old …

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Gary Neville Issues Statement After Being Sacked By Valencia

VALENCIA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 09: Gary Neville manager of Valencia CF faces the media during a press conference ahead of Wednesday's Copa del Rey Semi Final, second leg match between Valencia CF and FC Barcelona at Paterna Training Centre on February 9, 2016 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville’s first foray into management lasted less than four months, as he was today sacked by Spanish side Valencia. Gary Neville sackedBREAKING NEWS: Valencia sack Gary Neville – Plenty more reaction on #SSNHQ right now or here: http://skysports.tv/OIaNcb Posted by Sky Sports on Wednesday, 30 March 2016 The 41 year old arrived at the Mestalla …

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Valencia Appear Keen On Soon To Be Unemployed Premier League Manager

Spanish side Valencia appear keen to recruit the services of soon to be unemployed Premier League manager Manuel Pellegrini. Pellegrini is a man out of work at the end of the season as Manchester City have already announced that the Chilean manager will be replaced at the Etihad Stadium by current Bayern Munich boss, Pepe Guardiola. The 62 year has been …

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Gary Neville Fighting A Losing Battle To Keep His Job At Valencia

VALENCIA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 18: Gary Neville manager of Valencia CF looks on prior to the UEFA Europa League round of 32 first leg match between Valencia CF and Rapid Vienna at Estadi de Mestalla on February 18, 2016 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by Fotopress/Getty Images)

“Donkey, donkey,” chanted the furious Mestalla crowd as Gary Neville’s Valencia humiliated themselves once again in a 2-0 defeat to Celta Vigo on Sunday night. The fans are angry – they are angry at Neville, they are angry at owner Peter Lim and they are angry at the players. Simply put, the club is a hotbed of rage at the moment. Sky …

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Fresh Developments On The Futures Of José Mourinho And Gary Neville

LONDON - SEPTEMBER 17: Jose Mourinho manager of Chelsea and Rafael Benitez manager of Liverpool lok on from the touchline during the Barclays Premiership match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on September 17, 2006 in London, England.

As tedious as the January transfer window was, this year’s practice of managers finding new clubs in February is proving far more entertaining. Firstly, the elephant in the room. José Mourinho is going to be at Manchester United next season, and as soon as we all accept that, the happier we’ll be. Reports overnight in El Confidencial and from Sky Sports’ Guillem …

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