There isn’t much news around at the minute, although that should change when Mikel Arteta speaks to the press ahead of the game against Norwich. In the meantime, here are all the smaller bits not worth putting in a post on their own.
Brighton vs Arsenal tickets
Arsenal have been allocated 3,062 tickets for their game against Brighton at the Ammex on 2 October, kick-off, 5.30pm.
They are priced at £26 for adults (includes Arsenal’s £4 subsidy), £19 if you’re over 65 or under 21, £11 if you’re under 18 and you can knock another £1 off all those prices if you don’t mind a restricted view.
Is not interested in taking the Arsenal job and has reportedly told friends he wants to take a year off.
Massimiliano Maddaloni, who spoke to CMIT TV, said: “I too am convinced that Conte does not go to Arsenal, he is telling everyone that he wants to have a year off to restart with an important project next year and now Arsenal is not that.”
The Arsenal left-back put in what many are calling a ‘masterclass‘ while on international duty with Scotland.
Scotland won both their World Cup qualifiers (against Moldova and Austria) 1-0.
Arsenal rejected a late bid from Galatasaray for Mohamed Elneny after the player reportedly found an agreement with the Turkish side. Arsenal wanted €4m (£3.42m) for the £9m-rated midfielder (€10.5m). Galatasaray probably offered two packets of crisps and a bottle of juice when Elneny made his 3,500th appearance.
Arsenal Women v Tottenham Hotspur Women
Due to be played on 29 September, kick-off 7.15pm (moved from a 7.30pm kick-off), the women’s north London derby will be live on BBC Four.
Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here.
Remember him? He’s been talking about Arsenal and having a fight with Arsene Wenger.