Hector Bellerin, Lucas Torreira, and Alexandre Lacazette all made Garth Crooks' BBC Team of the Week after their stellar displays against Fulham on Sunday.
The Mirror claim that Alexis Sanchez regrets opting for Manchester United over Manchester City.
Mesut Ozil earned a spot in Garth Crooks BBC Team of the Week after his goal against Watford at the weekend but Crooks still managed to make himself sound like an ill-informed arse.
Tony Gale suggested, with all seriousness, that Arsenal fans were showing their admiration when they sang 'Deeney, Deeney, what's the score' because they would really like him at the Emirates.
Emile Smith Rowe has been tipped by the Daily Mail to become an England regular.
A young Arsenal fan got the chance to interview Henrikh Mkhitaryan after Arsenal's win against Brentford on Wednesday, and he couldn't contain himself afterwards.
Matteo Guendouzi dropped a like on a cheeky Instagram post poking fun at Alexis Sanchez on Wednesday night, after Arsenal's win over Brentford.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang posted a picture with Thierry Henry on Monday, taken after Arsenal's win over Everton at the weekend.
There were many things I expected to see as I had a look around the UK press on Monday morning, but the Daily Telegraph declaring Arsenal as title challengers was not one of them.
The Times Oliver Kay has written in his most recent article that ‘the consensus among the media pack who travelled to Milan was that Tottenham escape the more frenzied scrutiny that some of their Premier League rivals might attract after a third consecutive defeat.'
With the transfer window closed, Arsenal's squad numbers are finalised for another season, from Petr Cech (1) all the way down to Tom Smith (88).
I don’t often find myself agreeing with the Daily Mail’s Martin Samuel but in his editorial in Tuesday’s paper he hits the nail on the head – would any other top club allow their CEO to prevaricate for so long like Arsenal have with Ivan Gazidis?
Hector Bellerin has hit out at Pier Morgan's son Spencer over an inaccurate article the journalist wrote for the Daily Mail on Thursday.
Alexandre Lacazette has 'liked' a Twitter post making fun of former teammate and current Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez.
Unai Emery gave a very non-committal one-word answer to a question about Mesut Özil on Saturday, but that hasn't stopped half the English media running with it ever since.
The Sky Sports score centre app malfunctioned on Friday morning, forcing Arsenal fans to relive February's defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has taken to social media to troll teammate Matteo Guendouzi over his pace, posting a list of the fastest players at Arsenal to his Instagram story.
If you didn’t tune in for the build-up to Liverpool’s game at Crystal Palace then you missed what could be one of the highlights of the football-on-tv calendar.
Joel Campbell called out a social media post from journalist in his home country last week, after the Spanish Super Cup on Wednesday.
Rwanda's Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Olivier Nduhungirehe, has told broadcaster CNN to ‘be quiet’ after they criticised his country’s deal with Arsenal, prompting a backlash in the nation.
The Mail on Sunday reports in an EXCLUSIVE that Tottenham’s new stadium may not open until 2019 after some safety systems were found to be missing completely.
Alex Iwobi has sent a message to Nigerian teammate Victor Moses, after the Chelsea winger announced his retirement from international football this week.
When a manager takes over at a new club, they usually get time to produce results, so it’s something of a surprise to see Jamie Carragher, restored to his role as top pundit after spitting on a fan who teased him, piling on the pressure after just 90 minutes of football.
Bayer Leverkusen poked fun at Petr Čech after Arsenal's defeat to Manchester City on Sunday, suggesting the Gunners should give former Leverkusen man Bernd Leno a chance.
Matthew Upson has tipped Arsenal to reclaim their place in the top four this season under Unai Emery.
Alex Scott will make TV history this season as she becomes the first women to be allowed on to Super Sunday.
The season is just a few days away from starting and we’re already knee-deep in the swamp of prediction land.
It's pretty quiet out there in Arsenal land, so here is a selection of the stories that caught my eye as I made my way around the media this morning.
Lucas Torreira is on his way to London, ahead of pre-season training starting on Monday, and he posted a picture on Instagram to show his journey is underway.
Mesut Özil has made Arsenal fans fall in love with him all over again in the last 24 hours, and not just on the pitch.
The World Cup is over and Arsenal are back playing football. The summer is flying past us and I, for one, am egging it on to pass even quicker.
Lucas Torreira has posted an emotional farewell to the Sampdoria fans on social media, after completing his move to Arsenal earlier this month.
Arsenal’s deal for Lucas Torreira has been named as one of the 10 most exciting transfers this summer ahead of the new season, coming in at number two behind the uninspired choice of Riyad Mahrez to Manchester City at number one.
Unai Emery offered Mesut Ozil words of encouragement and support but that’s not how the S*n decided to portray it, heaping more pressure on the German before he’s even returned from his holidays.
If there was one thing most people could agree on after England’s World Cup semi-final defeat at the hands of Croatia it was that Harry Kane had a stinker of a game.
Lucas Perez has posted a farewell message to Deportivo La Coruna, after returning to Arsenal for pre-season after his loan spell in Spain.
Jamie Carragher will return to Sky Sports for the new season after serving a suspension for spitting in the direction of a 14-year-old girl and her father who had been goading him after Liverpool lost.
Hector Bellerin has taken a shot at Talksport's Alan Brazil and didn't miss.
It will have escaped nobody’s attention that Alex Scott and Eni Aluko are female pundits offering their opinions at the World Cup. In this mini-pod, Lee Hurley briefly discusses the problems women face in the footballing world while asking why we tolerate the awful standards delivered by male pundits in the game.
It will have escaped nobody’s attention that Alex Scott and Eni Aluko are female pundits offering their opinions at the World Cup.
Hateful former Arsenal-man-turned-pundit, Stewart Robson, has admitted what we all knew to be true – that he wanted Arsenal to lose under Arsene Wenger.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has called on club teammate Alex Iwobi to prove him right to support Nigeria at this year's World Cup, with a post on social media.
Aaron Ramsey is making good use of his time off away from Arsenal, with his Instagram story revealing he's saving trapped ducklings.
Jack Wilshere has hinted at the possibility of an Arsenal exit this summer in a post on Instagram, as talks over a contract extension draw nearer to their conclusion.
German newspaper, Morgenpost, have a huge, front page story, asking if Mesut Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan should be dropped from the German squad ahead of the World Cup after meeting with the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has poked fun at former Bundesliga rival Robert Lewandowski, by claiming the striker had it easy winning the top scorer award this season.
Mohamed Elneny poked fun at former teammate Alexis Sanchez on Twitter on Wednesday night, not for the first time since the Chilean joined Manchester United.
Sky Sports are asking fans to vote on the lowest point of Arsene Wenger’s 22-year reign at Arsenal at a time when they should be thanking him for helping to make them millions.
Alexandre Lacazette and Hector Bellerin poked fun at the English media with their goal celebration against Burnley on Sunday, as Arsenal ran away 5-0 winners.
Richard Keys claims Thierry Henry missed Arsene Wenger's final match as manager at the Emirates Stadium because he didn't get the job to replace his former boss.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is in a number of teams of the week after his fantastic performance for Arsenal this weekend against Burnley.
Granit Xhaka posted a heartfelt message on his Instagram page this morning, apologising to the fans for failing to win the Europa League and thanking them for their support.
When I saw a headline on the S*n’s website about Fernandinho begging Mikel Arteta to stay at the club this summer, my interest was piqued.
Former Switzerland captain, Ciri Sforza, and SRF expert, Beni Huggel, have leapt to the defence of Granit Xhaka after the Arsenal midfielder was heavily criticised during the weekend’s game against Manchester United.
On Wednesday, the Daily Mail tried to imply that Hector Bellerin and Alexandre Lacazette got into a fight in training and despite being corrected by the Spaniard, in their Thursday edition they hint that the defender wasn’t being truthful.
The majority of the UK papers criticised the atmosphere at Ashburton Grove on Sunday as they continue to be clueless about what is really going on at Arsenal.
On Saturday, Tottenham Hotspur's chances of winning a trophy this season came crashing down with a 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Wembley.
CSKA Fans Against Racism have hit out at allegations that Danny Welbeck and Alex Iwobi were racially abused in Moscow on Thursday night.
Chuba Akpom has taken to Twitter to deny the story circulating that he called Jack Wilshere the greatest English player of all time.
The Daily Mail continue with their nonsense, claiming Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is now an Anfield hero and is being loved in ways he never was at Arsenal.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 28th minute strike against Southampton on Sunday has been named as Goal of the Weekend by the Guardian.
Mark Hughes thinks that Jack Wilshere should have been sent off on Sunday but nobody seems to care that Dusan Tadic should have received two red cards for absolutely awful ‘tackles’.
What happens when Arsenal play really well, score four goals, including one of the best seen in many years, and their fans leave Ashburton Grove happy? Well, if you’re a journalist for the Express, you attack the same fans for not creating an atmosphere similar to the one at Anfield on Wednesday night.
Mesut Ozil collected two assists against CSKA Moscow, probably should have had at least five and generally strutted around the Ashburton Grove pitch with a swagger his talent deserves, so of course the first thing you will want to do when talking about him is tell everybody he is a flattrack bully, right?
If you thought that Jack Wilshere had a poor game against CSKA Moscow while Aaron Ramsey blew them away then you are clearly not a reporter for the Mirror because they think the two players were at the same level on Thursday night.
In the Guardian they have an article about Mathieu Debuchy’s resurgence since he left Arsenal but the reporters call him a ‘stoic professional’ which is far from the truth.
Sami Mokbel in the Daily Mail has torn into Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for his selfless decision to give his confidence-suffering teammate the chance to score from the spot against Stoke.
Ousame Dembele has reportedly asked to be allowed to leave Barcelona to team up with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang according to the outlet in Spain that is obsessed with Karim Benzema joining Arsenal.
On Thursday evening a few outlets started reporting that Arsenal were confident of landing Matteo Darmian from Manchester United but it seems as if this has all stemmed from a mistake.
Manchester United fans think Martin Keown has an agenda against Jose Mourinho, after a number of articles about the Portuguese manager losing the dressing room.
I was compiling a reaction piece to the news that Danny Welbeck wouldn’t face any UEFA punishment for falling over in the box when I searched for ‘English players who dive’ on Google.
Oliver Holt, writing in the Mail on Sunday this weekend, has produced something rather special.
When I read the headline that Sam Allardyce has been 'dropping hints' that Everton are going to sign Jack Wilshere in the summer, I was pretty intrigued since that sounded more than a tad disrespectful, but it turns out this isn't the case.
Dele Alli and Harry Kane dive on a weekly basis to win Spurs games yet when Danny Welbeck does it once suddenly it’s headline news and more important than Arsenal's fantastic Europa League win.
Manchester United should replace Jose Mourinho with Arsene Wenger, according to claims made in the English media on Wednesday.
Raphael Honigstein has revealed that the Arsenal dressing room didn’t like Alexis Sanchez very much at all and that they were furious with his pretence that he was the only one working hard when stats showed he was doing the least.
Tim Sherwood believes that Watford’s Abdoulaye Doucoure would walk into the Arsenal side and that the Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger would love to have him.
Sunday Telegraph journalist, Sam Wallace, has hit out at Jack Wilshere as the midfielder refuses to sign a new deal with Arsenal.
talkSPORT have hinted that Hector Bellerin could need surgery for the injury that has ruled him out of Arsenal’s trip to Milan but they made one massive assumption.
The Italian media have been poking fun at Danny Welbeck ahead of Arsenal's Europa League trip to Milan on Thursday.
The players have held a meeting without Wenger to try and figure out a solution, the manager has held a meeting with the players to warn them their futures are at risk while Peter Hill-Wood has said Wenger has overstayed his welcome at the club as the soap opera that is Arsenal FC rolls on.
On February 24th 2018, Tottenham Hotspur made it 10 years without a trophy, but you wouldn't have known it.
Charles Sale, writing in Friday’s Daily Mail, believes the gender pay gap at the FA, which currently stands at 23.2 per cent is not something they should be worried about because it’s less than the 31 per cent at the Lawn Tennis Association.
The Daily Mail have put together an entire piece on whether Arsene Wenger's time at Arsenal should come to an end and, predictably, not a single one of their 'top reporters' believes the Frenchman should stay.
The Daily Mail’s Sam Mokbel, who covers Arsenal closely and seems to have more connections than ‘Arsenal man’ John Cross, has claimed that the Arsenal squad no longer believe that Arsene Wenger is the man to take the club forward.
Jack Wilshere blamed refereeing decisions for Arsenal's result against Manchester City in the League Cup final, and fans weren't too happy about it.
Sky Sports seemed to kickstart Thierry Henry’s bid for Arsenal manager with a not-so-subtle message after Arsenal’s shambles against Manchester City at Wembley.
Arsenal's 3-0 defeat has left fans outraged and the media frothing at the mouth.
After Arsenal's defeat to Manchester City in the League Cup final, many in the media chose to focus on Nacho Monreal's first-half dive, even though the Spaniard himself didn't claim a penalty.
The Daily Mail are featuring the image of a crying Arsenal child, taken from the TV coverage of Sunday’s final, to stick the boot in further.
The Italian media's love-in with Wojciech Szczesny is still going strong with La Gazzetta dello Sport claiming the goalkeeper has 'no rivals' in Serie A at the moment.
James Olley wrote in the Evening Standard thaJames Olley wrote in the Evening Standard that starting David Ospina in the League Cup final is a 'gamble' that isn't 'worth the risk', but is he being unfair on the keeper? t starting David Ospina in the League Cup final is a 'gamble' that's isn't 'worth the risk', but is he being unfair on the keeper?
Thierry Henry has been forced to explain his recent 'brutal advice' for Neymar after his comments were taken too seriously by the media.
For the second time this season, Manchester City players have received no punishment for their part in post-match and off-field fracas after the FA reviewed their cup tie against Wigan Athletic.
The media have heavily linked Arsenal to Timo Werner over the weekend, after a scout watched RB Leipzig play Napoli, but is that really where the club's interest lies?
The media coverage of Tottenham’s 2-2 draw away to Rochdale is completely different to when Arsenal bombed out of the FA Cup to Nottingham Forest.
Despite having a great match against Östersunds FK on Thursday night, Mesut Ozil hasn't been chosen by UEFA for their Europa League team of the week.
Kicker claim Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is now not much more than a memory at Borussia Dortmund, after Michy Batshuayi's start with the club.
Mesut Özil received some rare praise from the media for his performance on Thursday night against Östersunds FK.
Jamie Carragher feels Arsenal have gotten worse since last season, and that finishing in the top four is impossible for them.
French newspaper L'Equipe have identified Alexandre Lacazette as one the of the flops of the weekend after his misses against Tottenham.
An eye-opening piece from Sam Wallace for the Daily Telegraph has lifted the lid on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, his career before he became one of the best strikers in Europe, and following in his father's footsteps.
Jack Wilshere and Erik Lamela were reportedly part of a 'brawl' after the final whistle on Saturday.
Sunday's edition of L'Equipe has described Alexandre Lacazette as the 'new Giroud' after his poor 25-minute performance against Tottenham.
Top sports journalist Paul Hayward has laid into Mauricio Pochettino for his stance on diving, which the Spurs boss shockingly revealed this week.
In a piece for the Daily Mail, writer Sami Mokbel has done a pretty solid job of painting Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the villain ahead the North London Derby on Saturday.
Arsene Wenger believes Mauricio Pochettino has done a good job since arriving in the Premier League.
There aren't many people around who rate Arsenal's chances of returning to the top four this season.
Alexis Sanchez accepted a suspended 16-month prison sentence this week and the Daily Star found it hardly worth a mention.
Aaron Ramsey, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been named in the BBC's team of the week.
The S*n have targeted Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for their latest hatchet job the day after he scored his first goal for the club and it appears as if the story might be overblown to say the least. Shocking, I know!
Few outlets know how to peddle a Benzema to Arsenal story like Don Balon.
Arsenal's new signings took to social media to express their delight at their first match at the Emirates Stadium, after the Gunners won 5-1 against Everton.
Ian Wright can see problems at Arsenal but his scatter gun approach to punditry is beginning to backfire. Like many pundits on TV, Wright sells...
Arsene Wenger is receiving the blame for poor performances on the pitch and none of the credit for improved performances off of it says L'Equipe in an editorial on Saturday.
Arsene Wenger's relationship with the British press has always been somewhat rocky but, when you observe how they treat other managers, you really get a sense that they intensely dislike the Frenchman.
Arsenal Women captain Alex Scott was forced to shut down the BBC on Twitter, after their social media employee made a rather disappointing error.
i Newspaper journalist, Jonathan Liew, has written a great piece on the unsung Arsenal hero that is Nacho Monreal but he's got one fact wrong...
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Pundits are struggling to understand how Riyad Mahrez looks set to stay at Leicester after yet another transfer window.
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Despite 107 players entering into the final year of their contracts this term, the media appear to have only focused on a small handful, including Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
Here is your comprehensive daily round-up of Arsenal-related programmes on radio and TV for Wednesday, January 16.
Manchester United reportedly first approached Alexis Sanchez's representatives over a move in the summer, despite Manchester City being ahead in the race for his signature.
Here is your comprehensive daily round-up of Arsenal-related programmes on radio and TV for Tuesday, January 15.
Arsenal reportedly want to replace Alexis Sanchez with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but the rumour seems to have stemmed from one untrustworthy source.
Theo Walcott’s agent Warwick Horton has denied telling Italian outlet, Tuttomercatoweb, that Walcott wanted to play in Serie A.
Arsenal fans have been coming up with ways the right-wing media outlets can twist Mohamed Elneny trolling Alexis Sanchez into something more sinister and it's pretty hilarious, if a little sad.
The Express have finally managed to find a way for Tottenham to top the Premier League table and it involves going to Brexit-y lengths.
Jamie Redknapp says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is a completely different player under Jurgen Klopp, but are his claims true that the former Gunner was standing still at Arsenal?
Manchester City need to win the league unbeaten and in style if they want to be considered alongside the Invincibles, according to Dietmar Hamann.
Arsene Wenger addressed issues about Olivier Giroud's playing time, contract situations, his team's defenders and sumo wrestling.
The Daily Express have missed the point, after Arsenal fans jokingly tweeted Match of the Day on Saturday to complain at the Gunners' omission on the show despite not even playing.
Ryan Giggs claims that Manchester City can't be compared to the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal's Invincibles because they're yet to experience the kind of success these two clubs have.
Spurs have made significantly more money than Arsenal in Europe this season and the press are letting us know about it, but it won't be nearly enough to make up for the last 20 years.
Chilean media hailed Alexis as a 'marvel in an Arsenal jersey' after the game against Manchester United despite him losing possession 34 times.
A number of TV pundits say Danny Welbeck shouldn't have got up after being fouled in the area against Manchester United, and that the striker was punished for his honesty.
Ray Wilkins is convinced that Manchester United won't sign Mesut Ozil because they don't actually want him.
Michael Owen believes Manchester United will beat Arsenal on Saturday evening.
Mark Lawrenson reckons Jose Mourinho would settle for a point against Arsenal.
There was a notable difference in the way the Telegraph covered Arsenal and Manchester City on the weekend.
Shkodran Mustafi, Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez were all stand-out performers in the Premier League last weekend.
When Arsenal's social media team trolled a Daily Mail journalist after their 2-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday, they probably weren't expecting their innocuous tweet to send a bunch of sports writers into a prolonged meltdown.
One of the best parts of Arsenal's 2-0 win over Tottenham on Saturday has been laughing at the journos, former players and pundits who predicted that the Gunners would be completely humiliated.
Anyone who watched Match of the Day on Saturday night would have been confused
Matt Le Tissier thinks Theo Walcott needs to leave Arsenal and find a manager who really believes in him.
Aaron Ramsey's return to form and fitness has helped Arsenal enormously, says Andy Gray.
Frank Lampard believes the best thing to happen to Arsenal over the summer was Olivier Giroud deciding not to leave.
Football London journalist, Sam Inkersole, has suggested Arsenal should sign Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho.
It's rare that I actually agree with a whole panel of football pundits yet here we are.
Jamie Redknapp thinks Arsène Wenger should use Aaron Ramsey in the same way Chelsea used Frank Lampard.
Garth Crooks has hailed the free signing of Sead Kolasinac following his performance against Swansea.
Tottenham have somehow been praised for the low attendance in their Carabao Cup against West Ham, after Arsenal received so much flak for their poor showing in the same competition last month.
Mesut Özil, Sead Kolašinac, Nacho Monreal and Alexis Sanchez have all featured in various team-of-the-week articles, after Sunday's 5-2 win over Everton.
Matt Le Tissier thinks Arsenal fans would rather see youngsters like Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock given a chance in the league over the likes of Granit Xhaka and Mesut Özil.
Ray Wilkins believes the Hector Bellerin of old would not have been beaten by Richarlison, which led to a penalty in Saturday's meeting with Watford.
Arsene Wenger is being let down by a lack of leaders in his squad. That's the view of former Newcastle and Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew.
Danny Murphy thinks Granit Xhaka is being played in the wrong position for Arsenal, as the Swiss international doesn't show enough awareness of defensive dangers.
Former Tottenham player and manager Ossie Ardiles believes Wilshere can play for England again.
Arsenal have frequently been accused of manipulating attendance figures but have the media been doing it too?
Stuart Pearce thinks that a top four finish would represent a good season for Arsenal.
Robbie Savage doesn't think Mesut Ozil should be in the Arsenal starting XI.
Michael Owen believes there's no reason for Alexis to stay at Arsenal, while Robbie Savage claims Arsenal are a "million miles" away from the Premier League title.
Jack Wilshere is apparently still angry at Arsene Wenger for sending him out on loan last season, despite the fact that Jack admitted he was the one that wanted the loan move in the first place.
Arsenal have been given a series of incredibly lucky (and easy) draws in cup competitions, according to the Daily Mail, but have they really?
Ray Wilkins believes that Mesut Ozil should only play home games for Arsenal.
Ivan Gazidis is considering returning to the United States to become the new MLS commissioner, according to reports.
Alexandre Lacazette's Instagram shows he's getting integrated with the Arsenal youth players, as well as the first-team, after his move to North London earlier in the summer.
Arsenal players have given their tributes to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, after the midfielder's deadline day move to Liverpool.
It seemed a polarising decision for Arsenal to sell defender Gabriel Paulista to Valencia this summer, and we at Daily Cannon conducted a poll to see whether fans backed the move.
Robbie Savage reckons that Arsenal will finish fifth again this season, even with the addition of Alexandre Lacazette.
Three main stories dominate the papers today – Alexis returning to Arsenal, Arsene Wenger saying football has gone mad, and the Dutch, thanks to goals from two Arsenal players, knocking out England in the semi-final of the Euros.
Arsène Wenger's quotes from the past have been dug up and shared around social media, making supporters concerned that Alexis may be on the way out.
An Arsenal fan's promise to tattoo himself if Arsenal signed Lacazette has blown up in the past weeks, after the Gunners went ahead and bought the French international.
Social media is a huge part of Women's football, boosting the game to a wider market as well as having closer communication with its supporters
In a surprising turn of events, a TV pundit has told the media that Arsenal will struggle to win the title this season.
Having been linked with Giroud on Italian radio earlier in the week, Everton fans have started to get excited about the possibility of his signature.
Alexandre Lacazette has joined Arsenal for a club record £46m, and it's fair to say Arsenal fans are pretty excited about it.
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has been spending some of his time on holiday to practice table-tennis skills.
Arsenal have reportedly convinced Thomas Lemar to leave Monaco for the sunny side of north London ahead of massive interest from Tottenham.
The draw for the UEFA Women’s U19 Championship took place at Belfast City Hall this afternoon, with host nation Northern Ireland, England and Scotland all involved.
Arsenal unveiled their PUMA home kit for the 2017/18 season but also issues a club statement in the form of a poem that has since been mocked on social media.
Arsenal unveiled their PUMA strip for the 2017/18 campaign, featuring Alexis Sanchez, Petr Cech, Per Mertesacker, Mesut Ozil and Olivier Giroud in the promotional picture, among others.
The English press have criticised Arsenal's "lack of ambition" due to the Gunners overlooking Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Arsenal have collected the most red cards on opening day weekend than any other Premier League side.
West Ham supporters are excited by the prospect of Olivier Giroud arriving at their club, with rumours of a bid being prepared.
Alexis Sanchez to Manchester City is set to be this summer's prolonged transfer sagas, so just what do City fans think about it?
ESPN journalist, Gabriele Marcotti, believes that Arsene Wenger doesn't need to buy another striker.
Arsenal have been strongly linked with Monaco winger Thomas Lemar as have Tottenham, but the Gunners seem to be ahead of their north London rivals.
Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina was reportedly a priority target for Arsenal, however interest has since cooled.
Tony Cascarino believes Arsenal shouldn't pursue Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez as the player has proven too inconsistent for a title-chasing side.
John Hartson, who played for Arsenal between 1995 and 1997, gave his thoughts about manager Arsene Wenger and his future at the club in a recent interview.
Arsenal and England playmaker Jack Wilshere is reportedly a target for West Ham United.
Barcelona will compete with Arsenal for the signature of Leicester City forward Riyad Mahrez this summer.
Torino have reportedly rejected a huge player-plus-cash bid from Inter Milan for striker Andrea Belotti.
Arsenal's star duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil reportedly want £350k-per-week to sign new deals.
A day after news broke of interest from Arsenal on Emil Forsberg, the Leipzig winger is reported to be the subject of a £30m bid.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere reportedly fears being one of many players sold this summer as the Gunners look to trim their bloated squad.
Arsenal will reportedly have to triple Everton's "insulting" £8m bid to stand a chance of signing Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford this summer.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has described Mesut Ozil as a "silent assassin", revealing the playmaker "goes about his business quietly."
Thierry Henry says Arsene Wenger must win the Premier League title after signing a new two-year-deal.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United may renew interest in Franck Kessie after the midfielder's move to AC Milan was called off due to issues over his real age.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown has said Arsenal would be right to sell star duo Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
Celebrity Arsenal fan Piers Morgan has promised never to Tweet about manager Arsene Wenger again.
Spanish La Liga side Valencia want to sign Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista as part of their defensive rebuild this summer.
Jeremy Corbyn has hit out against fans who are Wenger Out, following the announcement Arsene Wenger has signed a new deal at the club.
Arsenal's Wojciech Szczesny could join Juventus this summer if he accepts being on the bench for the 2017/18 season.
Riyad Mahrez has announced his intention to leave Leicester City to pursue new challenges.
Arsenal Fan TV's Robbie fears fans could revolt if Arsenal start poorly next season.
Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk is keen to work with Jurgen Klopp and could chose Liverpool over three other Premier League clubs, according to reports.
Hector Bellerin is subject to interest from Manchester City once more.
The Bundesliga Champions could turn their attention to Chelsea's Willian if they fail to land Alexis Sanchez.
Arsenal have renewed their interest in Riyad Mahrez, according to the Daily Mirror.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had joked about playing at left back this season, but found himself playing there in the biggest game of the season.
Arsene Wenger will have a transfer kitty of £100 million should he stay on as Arsenal manager according to reports in today's press.
Arsenal are preparing to offer Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez record-breaking contracts to keep them at the club.
La Liga club Athletic Bilbao are still interested in Nacho Monreal, a player they've tried to sign a number of times, believing this could be the summer.
Mesut Ozil has mocked so-called experts for their FA Cup final predictions.
The Daily Star produced an article entitled "The 27 worst signings to (dis)grace the Premier League this season," and, they've included both Lucas Perez and Jack Wilshere.
When I heard the Tottenham fans singing about Sol Campbell on Sunday at White Hart Lane, my ears picked up.
Tottenham fans shamed themselves at White Hart Lane as they sang the most disgusting song about Sol Campbell, and the media chose to ignore it lest it go against the 'great Spurs day' narrative.
Liverpool pundit, Phil Thompson, has called on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to leave Arsenal lest he becomes like Theo Walcott.
Garth Crooks has named Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil in his Team of the Week, continuing his tradition of picking mostly players who were on the TV.
Arsene Wenger commented that Chelsea might find things slightly tougher next season having to incorporate Champions League football into their schedule and this has, of course, been twisted.
Arsene Wenger is blocking the return of Thierry Henry according to a story in the Mirror which absolutely stinks of agenda.
Harry Redknapp reckons that Arsenal's back four without Laurent Koscielny could belong to a bottom eight Premier League team.
Chelsea legend, Marcel Desailly, believes that Arsenal will have to withstand a couple of difficult seasons after Arsene Wenger leaves.
The Mirror ran a story today (12 April) that Arsenal are planning to splurge a whopping £200m this summer.
He’s tall, handsome, rich and plays (and scores) for Arsenal, so why do so many Arsenal fans (and fans in general) have such a problem with Olivier Giroud?
Jamie Carragher accused the Arsenal players of ‘chucking it’ against Crystal Palace on Monday night, saying they look as if they want rid of the manager.
BBC's Match of the Day reached new levels of ridiculousness on Wednesday night with their analysis of Arsenal's game against West Ham. The highlight's package...
BBC's Match of the Day reached new levels of ridiculousness on Wednesday night with their analysis of Arsenal's game against West Ham.
Gary Neville believes that even if Arsenal get rid of Arsene Wenger they won’t win the league while other pundits think Arsenal have fallen too far behind now.
Gary Neville didn’t hold back when it came to post-Manchester City analysis, picking out Laurent Koscielny, Theo Walcot and Mesut Ozil for special criticism.
News this week has focused on Arsene Wenger signing a new deal and reports claimed that the club were simply looking for a way to spin’ it for the fans so that it doesn’t cause a riot.
Arsene Wenger spoke to BTSport immediately after his win over Lincoln City and of course the reporter couldn't help himself and had to ask about his future, completely ignoring the game.
There are many ways of describing to people what is happening at Arsenal, but CNN thought using Jenga would be the best way of doing it.
Arsenal have apparently offered Mesut Ozil £280k per week to sign on at Arsenal after he reportedly turned down an offer over £200k.
A few of the papers couldn't wait to use a 'WENGER OUT' headline on their back pages after Arsenal crashed out of Europe in the last 16 for the seventh season in a row.
The journalist who recently wrote an opinion piece claiming that Sean Dyche should be made Arsenal manager now wants us to believe he has an EXCLUSIVE regarding Alexis Sanchez’s future – and that he’s off to Spain.
Arsenal and Manchester City are said to be involved in a ‘nasty’ transfer tussle over 16-year-old winger, Jadon Sancho, but there is no evidence to support this assertion.
On Thursday afternoon reports started to appear claiming that Mohamed Elneny would miss the next three weeks for Arsenal with an ankle injury.
The day after the Bayern result, I said on Twitter that it was becoming increasingly hard to tell if people were ranting about Donald Trump or Arsene Wenger on Twitter.
Arsene Wenger’s brother, Guy, has been speaking to the Mirror about the manager’s future, begging the immediate question – why the hell are the Mirror speaking to Wenger’s family members?
In a game awash with money, the FA have made it so that Sutton United need to turn to a one-off sponsorship deal with The S*n to try and cash in on their tie with Arsenal – and many of their fans aren’t happy.
Metro are reporting that Santi Cazorla's reps are pushing for a move, basing their claims on reports from Turkey.
The papers, as you all know, love nothing more that a bit of hyperbole to start the day.
In a special ‘Arsenal in crisis’ section, the Arsenal-obsessed Daily Mail have an EXCLUSIVE today claiming something every other paper is reporting as well – that Arsene Wenger will step down in the summer.
A number of stories around today are claiming that Arsene Wenger will not be offered a role upstairs when he leaves Arsenal, with the club and manager going for a ‘clean break’.
It was total humiliation once again against Bayern Munich and while we normally groan about the papers and their back pages, it's hard to disagree with any of them this morning.
The Daily Mail are trying to turn Arsene Wenger’s decision to play David Ospina in the Champions League into something it’s not – namely something to anger fans.
Harry Redknapp decided this was the weekend he should declare that Tottenham will definitely finish above Arsenal and now he thinks Thierry Henry, with his zero managerial experience, should replace Arsene Wenger.
Jamie Redknapp has used his column in the Daily Fail to explain how he thought Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would have to leave Arsenal to further his career but now that he’s watched him he thinks he should be the future of Arsenal’s midfield.
Liverpool have finally taken a huge step to deal with the lies printed in tabloids by banning the Sun from all club premises.
On Tuesday every outlet online seemed to be reporting that Laurent Koscielny had criticised Arsene Wenger’s team selection against Chelsea at the weekend.
The Express are today claiming an EXCLUSIVE that Juventus boss, Massimiliano (Max) Allegri, is in ‘advanced discussions’ with Arsenal about taking over from Arsene Wenger when his contract runs out.
Jose Mourinho did not seem to call for a ban for Arsene Wenger despite many press outlets screaming at us that he did.
He’s tall, handsome, rich and plays (and scores) for Arsenal, so why do so many Arsenal fans (and fans in general) have such a problem with Olivier Giroud?
Arsene Wenger could be forced to leave the EU for up to eight Arsenal matches as the media demand respect for officials lest his actions distract from the vitriol they spew about the vulnerable on a regular basis.
Immediately after Granit Xhaka’s red card against Burnley, which will see him serve a 4-game ban, a host of stats started flying round about how many games and red cards he’s had over the past two or three seasons.
After moaning recently about Garth Crooks Team of the Week because he wasn’t picking Arsenal players, this week I’m going to complain because he did.
Garth Crooks has picked not one single Arsenal player from this weekend’s action in his Team of the Week, which is fair enough, but did Spurs really deserve four?
I’ve been watching the tabloids with something of an interested eye ever since Arsenal drew 3-3 with Bournemouth and they have not disappointed with their balls.
The Sun are running an article which has a headline that screams “HERO TO ZERO Bournemouth 3 Arsenal 3: Fans blast Olivier Giroud’s scorpion celebration for wasting time,” so I wondered what was really going on?
Arsene Wenger met with the press on Friday morning and, as usual, they had to ask about the situation with the contracts of a few players.
The Guardian have listed their top 100 footballers of 2016 and Alexis Sanchez is the first Premier League player to make an appearance on the list in ninth place.
Rio Ferdinand took UK TV punditry to new levels of ignorance on Wednesday night when he admitted he’s been wondering where Lucas Perez has been for the last few weeks.
The Sun are reporting that Alexis Sanchez is demanding £250k a week from Arsenal and that he hasn’t ruled out a move to China in what is a story just overflowing with bull.
Reports were everywhere on Saturday claiming that David Alaba would prefer a move to Arsenal rather than Manchester United, but things weren't quite as they seemed
The Sun are today running an EXCLUSIVE which has pictures of Wayne Rooney, England captain, absolutely bladdered while in his England garb.
Mesut Ozil may have stolen all the headlines on Tuesday night with his wondergoal against Ludogorets, but the press in Scotland are claiming that Celtic's Scott Brown is better than Ozil
Stories flooded the internet on Thursday afternoon claiming that Lucas Perez is out for six weeks after doing his ankle ligaments against Reading.
Harry Redknapp has written a column for The London Evening Standard in which he tells us exactly what Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants – without even speaking to the player.
Paul Pogba, once again, failed to show up for Manchester United, prompting many Arsenal fans to ask – where is all the heavy criticism of United’s player?
After Chelsea destroyed Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening, the Chelsea players posted a picture of themselves celebrating in the dressing room, so they were widely criticised, right?
Jack Wilshere has rubbished Jamie Redknapp’s assertions that the midfielder’s time is over at Arsenal.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Fiorentina’s 17-year-old goalkeeper, Giacomo Satalino, but when I tried to track the rumour to its source I found myself going round in circles.
Jamie Redknapp and Tim Sherwood believe that Jack Wilshere has no future at Arsenal and that the player will realise he has to move from the club in order to have a career.
Arsenal celebrated bashing Ludogorets in the Champions League by six goals to nil by posting a picture of themselves looking happy that is certain to annoy every sour-faced Manchester United pundit in the media.
If you saw the headlines, you were no doubt expecting something immense from Michy Batshauyi’s ‘brutal takedown’ of an Arsenal fan on Twitter. You would be disappointed.
Stuart Brennan, writing in the Manchester Evening News, believes that it is Hector Bellerin’s ‘destiny’ to head north to join Pep Guardiola, Mikel Arteta, and Bacary Sagna at Manchester City.
Reports were everywhere on Monday that Arsenal were set to offer Hector Bellerin a new five-year deal to ward off interest from Manchester City, Pep ‘grubby hands’ Guardiola and his former 'more than a club,' Barcelona.
I know, I know, nobody should listen to what the Sun has to say, but the problem is, millions of people do, so their bull needs to be addressed.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on it’s that Arsenal battered Chelsea, so it’s somewhat surprising to see Petr Cech, who faced only two on-target shots in 90 minutes, included in Garth Crooks BBC Team of the Week.
Shkodran Mustafi’s debut performance for Arsenal came in for some criticism in parts of the media after he made the mistake of actually playing football unlike Danny Rose who was named in the Team of the Week despite not playing a single minute.
Are they really so different as to justify the completely different way they've been treated by the press?
It's good to know it’s not just the UK press that have a problem with their ability to know when something is a pile of bull or not.
Hull City are interested in taking Emiliano on loan for next season in what would represent an excellent opportunity for the youngster but leave Arsenal very short in the keeping department (Sun bit at the end).
With rumours everywhere, especially at this time of the year, we thought we’d take a look at one from a few months ago to see how it developed.
Not long after full-time, when Jamie Vardy had come off the bench for England, to score their equaliser against Wales, reports started appearing that the BBC had made a bit of a whoospie. Did they really?
Amid reports that he’s stalling on a new deal with his eyes trained elsewhere, Mesut Ozil took time out from his international duties to hail Arsenal and Arsene Wenger.
On Thursday afternoon there were reports everywhere that Mesut Ozil was refusing to discuss a new contract with Arsenal. EVERYBODY PANIC!
Jack Wilshere has been ordered to remain indoors with the curtains drawn at all times lest he be seen outside when he is unable to play football.
The big story on Sunday was, no doubt, the allegations that some Arsenal players, along with Chelsea, Leicester City and Birmingham City ones, have been a little bit naughty when it comes to following the anti-doping regulations.
Alex Iwobi is the hottest thing at Arsenal at the minute. The 19-year-old’s first goal for the club he has been at since he was...
I know I shouldn’t be surprised by this sort of thing, but I am. As I was hunting around the internet for things about Arsenal,...
Ever since he wrote that Mesut Ozil was ‘nicking a living’, the Daily Mail’s Neil Ashton has taken a hell of a lot of...
Isn’t life just like that? You go and put your opinions out there and along comes a footballing genius to make you look like a...
Craig Bellamy has got his new life as a Sky Sports pundit underway by claiming that Aaron Ramsey is better than Mesut Ozil. Here at...
Arsenal are flying to Norwich for Sunday's game. Get over it. For some reason this news has been met with incredulity, but it makes perfect...
Where would we be if hyperbole was removed from football? In a dark, dark place, that's where. So, of course, after thrashing Manchester United, beating Bayern...
Now that autumn is well and truly with us and there is a nip in the air, that can only mean one thing –...
An exciting 3-0 win against Manchester United was brilliant on Sunday, but there's a lot of work to be done. The Gunners beat Leicester City...
Amazingly, Arsène Wenger is receiving criticism from some quarters after Saturday's defeat to Chelsea. Arsenal had been more than just in the game for the...
With Arsenal fans still smarting after the close of the transfer window, the 'news' that they turned down Edinson Cavani will not help matters. According...
by Lewis Ambrose It is safe to say that Arsenal fans were pleased to see the club sign goalkeeper Petr Čech from Chelsea. The excitement to...
The Telegraph have compiled a list of the Top 20 worst signings of the season and have picked two Arsenal newbies to include in...
Thierry Henry hasn't impressed too many with some of his comments on Super Sunday, and had plenty of praise for Chelsea legend Frank Lampard this...
Paul Merson has been talking to Sky Sports about Arsenal's match at Old Trafford on Sunday and guess what? He predicts an Arsenal loss. In...
We haven't even got to the end of this season and already people are calling for this, that and the other for next. 'It's got...
In Pier Morgan's column for the Daily Mail this weekend, he tries to laugh off any tension that may have arisen between him and...
Jamie Carragher believes that Arsene Wenger holds Arsenal back, especially in the transfer market. Speaking on Monday Night Football, the former defender claimed that Arsene...
Jamie Carragher lives in la la land. In his world, Arsenal should sign Petr Cech, Paul Pogba, Diego Godin and 'Luis Suarez, Sergio Aguero or...
Perhaps I was misinformed. I always thought that a fact was a tangible thing that could be tested and shown to stand up to scrutiny. That...
I like watching Sunday Supplement, though I'm not sure why. Three journalists join Neil 'nicking a living' Ashton every week to discuss football and, more...
Michael Owen doesn't know when to just keep quiet and he's making a bad situation worse.
Mesut Ozil divides opinion amongst fans and pundits alike, but why?
Arsene Wenger and Leonardo Jardim's spat seems set to continue, so what's really going on?
Mesut Ozil has come in for intense criticism for going clubbing when he was supposed to be ill but it seems it has all been for nothing.
More reports have emerged suggesting that Arsenal are about to make a move for Paulo Dybala.
Alan Shearer has been speaking about Arsenal.. We probably should just ignore him.
Mesut Ozil went clubbing at the weekend and we're supposed to be horrified because he's meant to be ill.
Have Arsenal fallen off regularly in the Barclay's Premier League? We seem to hear it regularly, but is it really true?
In a week where Arsenal were ushered out of the Champions League, we look at why that exit has been roundly criticised compared to their English colleagues.
Paul Scholes doesn't like Arsenal and he really doesn't like Mesut Ozil.
Arsene Wenger had to clarify his statement that Arsenal would be better in the Europa League.