Aubameyang's contract runs out in the summer of 2021 and Arsenal chiefs have supposedly accepted the 30-year-old will not sign a new deal.
by: Harry Slavin — Daily Mail 19 Mar
The Spain full back, who joined the club from Barcelona in 2011, has part of Mikel Arteta's leadership team and has stood in when Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has been out the side.
by: Joe Strange — Daily Mail 19 Mar
Arsenal are resigned to losing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as Manchester United, Barcelona and PSG consider a move for the striker, according to The Sun.
by: Amitai Winehouse — Daily Mail 19 Mar
The Brazilian made a shock switch to the Emirates in the summer window - making an £8million move across the capital - as he called an end to his second spell at Chelsea.
by: Simon Jones — Daily Mail 18 Mar
Mikel Arteta's side have met the 16-year-old striker, but will face competition from German giants Bayern Munich. Roback is quick strong and has a decent scoring record.
by: Ben Nagle — Daily Mail 18 Mar
According to a report in SPORT , Arsenal will demand €55m (£50m) if they are to sell this year, which is a distinct possibility if they opt to cash in now rather than losing him on a free.
by: Max Winters — Daily Mail 18 Mar
The 26-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at the Nou Camp and has never failed to establish himself as a first-choice defender, despite being in his fourth season there.
by: Jonathan Spencer — Daily Mail 17 Mar
The Spanish giants have drawn up a lost of signings they want to make during the transfer window and their priority is to buy a world class striker to provide competition for Luis Suarez.
by: Jordan Seward — Daily Mail 17 Mar
North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are set to go head-to-head in the summer for Liverpool's £18million-rated defender Dejan Lovren.
by: Amitai Winehouse — Daily Mail 17 Mar
Tuesday's meeting involving UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin will be crucial to deciding what happens next in football. The coronavirus crisis has decimated the global sporting calendar.
by: Kieran Jackson — Daily Mail 17 Mar
While Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are also keeping an eye on developments with Bailey, who has three years left on his contract, Leverkusen would prefer to sell to a non-German club.
by: Tom Caldon — Daily Mail 17 Mar
Lucas Torreira has provided Arsenal fans with a positive update on his recuperation after he sustained a fractured ankle in the FA Cup win at Portsmouth.
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