Joe Willock used to play for Arsenal Football Club but now plays for Newcastle United. The English midfielder is a product of the Arsenal Academy system, joining the club at age 4. Willock wore the number 28 shirt for Arsenal. He was born on August 20, 1999. His brothers are Chris and Matty Willock.
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Newcastle United are hoping Ryan Fraser, Callum Wilson, and Kieran Trippier can all overcome their injury concerns to feature against Arsenal.
Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe has revealed Joe Willock needed to be told he had to grow up, work harder and focus more after a rough period at the club for the 22-year-old.
Mikel Arteta is expecting a big reception for Joe Willock when the midfielder returns to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal this weekend.
Joe Willock will miss Newcastle United's Premier League match this weekend against Watford after injuring himself in a fluke training accident
Joe Willock has posted an emotional farewell to Arsenal on social media after completing his transfer to Newcastle United on Friday.
Newcastle United have announced the signing of Joe Willock on a permanent deal.
Joe Willock is undergoing a medical today after agreeing personal terms with Newcastle United and saying goodbye to his Arsenal teammates.
Newcastle United agreed a fee for Joe Willock last week, but the deal isn't done, with the Arsenal midfielder's personal terms still not sorted.
Arsenal and Newcastle have agreed a deal that would see Joe Willock sign for the Magpies on a permanent basis if he can agree terms himself.
Arsenal have reportedly opened talks with Newcastle over a deal for Joe Willock as Steve Bruce's patience looks to have paid off.
Newcastle United are willing to pay Arsenal's £22m asking price to sign Joe Willock despite the limitations on their budget.
Granit Xhaka, Joe Willock, and Ben White have all joined Arsenal's training sessions over the last few days ahead of the clash with Chelsea.
Newcastle United would consider exhausting their resources to sign Joe Willock this summer, but seemingly only if he's available for £20m.
AS Monaco are in talks with Joe Willock over a move, providing competition for Newcastle United to land his signature this summer.
Newcastle are reportedly confident of signing Joe Willock and expect an Arsenal from Arsenal within the next 48 hours.
A permanent move for Joe Willock is back on the table for Newcastle United, as Arsenal look to raise funds for their summer business.
Arsenal are currently looking for £50m combined to sell Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Joe Willock, according to a report.
Steve Bruce has urged Arsenal to let Newcastle know one way or the other about Joe Willock.
Newcastle United hope that Emile Smith Rowe's new contract with Arsenal will aid their move for Joe Willock this summer.
Arsenal are likely to allow Joe Willock to leave on loan this summer, but there are clearly still plenty of possibilities on the table.
Newcastle United are reportedly close to agreeing a deal for Joe Willock to return to the club, but the details remain very sketchy.
Mikel Arteta has explained why Nuno Tavares and Joe Willock didn't feature in the pre-season friendly against Hibernian FC on Tuesday.
Arsenal are reportedly set to keep Joe Willock despite Newcastle's keenness to keep him themselves but the player's future is far from certain.
A potential player-plus-cash deal involving Freddie Woodman of Newcastle United and Joe Willock of Arsenal could be on the cards, according to a report.
Newcastle United are delaying a bid for Joe Willock, despite growing increasingly confident about a potential deal with Arsenal.
Newcastle are growing reportedly optimistic that they can sign Joe Willock this summer with Arsenal seen to be willing to do a deal, if the price is right.
It can be hard to keep up with everything that's going on so here is a round up of the main Arsenal news and talking points from the last seven days.
Newcastle United may have to pay close to £30m to land Joe Willock this summer, despite the player's openness to a return.
As football came to a close last weekend, actual news has been light on the ground, but here is a roundup of the top Arsenal news and gossip stories this week.
Joe Willock has been named Premier League Player of the Month for May, after an outstanding finish to his loan spell with Newcastle United.
Arsenal's Nicolas Pepe and loanee Joe Willock have both received nominations for Premier League Player of the Month for May.
Arsenal wouldn't even consider an offer of less than £20m for Joe Willock this summer, according to The Athletic's David Ornstein.
Joe Willock became only the second player in Newcastle United’s illustrious history to score seven Premier League goals in seven Premier League games.
Newcastle are determined to 'test Arsenal's resolve' when it comes to holding on to Joe Willock this season.
Newcastle United will make a permanent offer for Joe Willock this summer, and they're increasingly sure he's willing to make the move.
Newcastle United winger Allan Saint-Maximin wants his club to sign Joe Willock, after developing a close relationship with the Arsenal loanee.
Mohamed Elneny is having the season of his life and is currently ranked 2nd best performer in the Premier League and 12th best out of all players in the top leagues across Europe this month.
Joe Willock has become the youngest player to score five goals in a row in the Premier League since Jose Antonio Reyes did it for Arsenal in 2004.
The considerable size of the likely fee for Joe Willock this summer means the expectation is that he'll leave Arsenal, according to a report.
Steve Bruce has confirmed that Newcastle United want to sign Joe Willock on a permanent deal, assuming Arsenal are open to that possibility.