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Celebrate 300 episodes as we look back at the contrasting fortunes of the men's and women's teams against Chelsea, what we can learn from both and where £50m man Ben White fits in.
Bukayo Saka will be back with Arsenal very soon after his extended post-Euro 2020 holiday, according to Mikel Arteta.
The transfer window is now in full swing and Arsenal have completed 28 deals across all teams at the club. Let's take a look at them all.
Kido Taylor-Hart has signed a new contract with Arsenal, signing professional terms after his old deal came to an end this summer.
Tammy Abraham is available for transfer for £30m, and the player prefers a move to Arsenal over West Ham United.
All eyes are on the Emirates right now as Mikel Arteta faces a race against time to get his squad to where it needs to be ahead of the new campaign.
Arsenal will focus on strengthening other areas of the squad now that Granit Xhaka is set to remain with the club this summer.
Arsenal's Harry Clarke has signed for Ross County on loan for the 2021/22 season, with the two clubs announcing the deal on Monday.
Albert Sambi Lokonga continued to impress in pre-season, coming on against Chelsea on Sunday in a game Andre Marriner made sure the Gunners lost, and afterwards, he spoke to Arsenal media.