There was a lot of fallout after Oxlade-Chamberlain left the club, Arsenal failed to complete a notable deadline day move and Alexis Sanchez nearly left for a new side.

But what else might you have missed over the weekend?

Alex Scott retires from international football after picking up 140 caps for England Women. [BBC Sport]

Santi Cazorla has been left out of Arsenal’s Premier League squad list for a surprise name. [Arsenal Youth]

Arsenal reportedly made a late approach for Sporting midfielder William Carvalho at the end of the summer transfer window, to no avail. [Sport Witness]

Former Manchester United chairman, Martin Edwards, revealed Arsene Wenger was a serious contender to take over from Sir Alex Ferguson. [The Sun]

Arsenal legend Paul Merson is sick of the current Gunners team making a mockery of the club. [Express]

Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick recently admitted he prefers racing to football “at the moment”. [Camden New Journal]

Arsene Wenger admits he made £92m bid for Monaco’s Thomas Lemar and will try again in January. [Telefoot, Matt Spiro]

Krystian Bielik ruled out until the end of the year after undergoing shoulder surgery on the shoulder. [Instagram]

Real Madrid were reportedly offered Alexis Sanchez on Transfer Deadline Day but manager Zinedine Zidane wasn’t interested. [Mirror]

Arsenal’s chief executive Ivan Gazidis allegedly takes home £2.6m-per-year, more than Chelsea and Liverpool’s chief executives combined. [Daily Mail]

There’s sure to be even more news and gossip in the coming days, when further details are revealed about the dramatic Transfer Deadline Day, let alone the club’s prospects this season given their poor start.