Proving himself an 'exceptional talent' on loan, Arteta wanted Smith Rowe back at Arsenal, much to Dale Tempest's disappointment.
The Chinese national team has banned six players from all football for six months for breaking a curfew designed to stop the spread of Covid-19.
A Chinese streaming service has lifted their Arsenal blackout but will not mention Mesut Ozil during commentary.
It's been quite the week in Arsenal land, so let's take a look at what's hot and what's not.
Pro Evolution Soccer will remove Mesut Ozil from their game in China as the authoritarian regime continues to throw a hissy fit over the German's tweet that dared called attention to their treatment of Uighurs within their borders.
Another week has passed us by, so I thought it might be an idea to try and find the hottest and worst things in Arsenal's world this week.
Nico Yennaris has made history again by becoming the first foreign-born national to represent China.
Former Arsenal youngster Nico Yennaris has, as expected, declared for China making him the first overseas-born player to represent the Chinese national team.
Experts have claimed that controversy caused by Chelsea's Kennedy should serve as a warning for clubs visiting China.
Arsenal have extended their partnership with Chinese technology and media company BNN Technology.
New signing Alexandre Lacazette looks set to feature in all four of Arsenal's games on tour.