All the Arsenal news from this week rounded up in bitesize-chunks, filtering out the noise and nonsense to bring you pure news.

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When you just look at things that actually happened, there isn’t that much.

Arsenal beat Slavia Prague 4-0 on Thursday night thanks to goals from Alexandre Lacazette (2), Nicolas Pepe and Bukayo Saka. The 5-1 aggregate win set up a semi-final against Unai Emery’s Villarreal, first leg 29 April.

Five Arsenal players made the Europa League Team of the Week

Kieran Tierney was ruled out for the rest of the season.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang spent two days in hospital being treated for malaria. It is not clear when he will be able to return to playing for Arsenal.

Gabriel gave an interview to ESPN Brasil, about his first season in England, David Luiz, Pablo Mari, Rob Holding and Arsenal’s future. You can read a translated version here.

Granit Xhaka said he doesn’t care what position he plays.

Steven Gerrard hailed Arsenal as ‘sensational’ after beating Slavia Prague and facing them down at kick-off when they refused to take a knee.

Slavia Prague’s Ondrej Kudela was banned for the minimum 10-games for racially abusing Ranger’s man, and former Arsenal youngster, Glen Kamara.

It was confirmed that Arsenal will play Rangers in a pre-season friendly as part of the club’s 150th anniversary celebrations. The game will take place between two of Mikel Arteta’s clubs on 17 July at Ibrox.

Arsenal were named the 8th most valuable football club in the world by Forbes.

Lotte Wubben-Moy won Barclays’ Player of the Month.

Arsenal are in talks with Leah Williamson, Katie McCabe and Jill Roord over new deals.

Arsenal’s game in hand against West Ham in the FA WSL will be played on Wednesday, April 28, kick-off: 7.30pm (UK time).

Finally, Dulux became the paint of choice for Arsenal fans everywhere, despite signing a deal with Tottenham