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Aaron Ramsey injury allows Arsene Wenger to reconfigure Arsenal

Following Arsenal's 1-1 draw at Southampton, the ESPN FC guys question how much the squad trust in Arsene Wenger.
With Arsenal learning their fate for the UEL round of 32, Craig Burley and Ross Dyer predict how they'll approach Ostersunds.
Ross Dyer and Craig Burley battle it out in predictor ahead of a midweek slate of Premier League fixtures on matchday 17.

An injury to a fist-team player is never good news. Arsenal were disappointed to drop two points at Southampton on Sunday, and the loss of Aaron Ramsey to a hamstring problem merely compounded their misery. However, while the Wales international will undoubtedly be missed, manager Arsene Wenger must seize upon the opportunity to reshuffle his first team. Arsenal face another away trip midweek, and the current set-up simply isn't working on the road.

Only the Manchester clubs have a better home...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid's UCL showdown with PSG will make or break Zidane's season

Julien Laurens is in disbelief Unai Emery is downplaying PSG drawing Real Madrid for the Champions League last 16.

Monday's Champions League draw threw up the worst possible scenario for Real Madrid as Zinedine Zidane's defending champions were drawn against Paris Saint-Germain.

The side narratives to the tie run deeper than pitting the nouveau riche Ligue 1 club against the European establishment in the form of the 12-times winners. It could prove to be a very uncomfortable 180 minutes for the Madrid hierarchy, who courted Kylian Mbappe last summer in a deal scuppered when PSG pulled off a financial fair play-pending...

 By Chris Borg

Arsenal preparing one final offer in effort to keep Ozil in North London

With the calendar soon turning over to the new year, the gossip ahead of the January transfer window is heating up. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest rumours.

Gunners to make final Ozil offer

It's now or never as far as Arsenal's hopes of keeping Mesut Ozil are concerned, according to the Mirror, which reports that the Gunners will make one more attempt to persuade him to sign a new deal.

Ozil, out of contract in the summer, has been linked with both Manchester United and Barcelona.

Talks...

W2W4: Man United need to rebound; Klopp's selections must be spot on

W2W4 previews the week's Premier League action by highlighting its most compelling storylines.

Manchester United must respond

Defeat in Sunday's derby against Manchester City will have hurt Jose Mourinho, but the real sting has been the reaction to his team's performance. A lacklustre United side were outclassed by their rivals to see an 11-point gap open up at the top of the table and raise questions about the success of Mourinho's methods at Old Trafford. Even Louis van Gaal has put the boot...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea's last-16 draw of Barcelona is what glamourous UCL is all about

If Chelsea wanted to know how costly failing to finish top of Champions League Group C would be, they got their answer on Monday morning. When the draw for the round of 16 was made in Nyon, Xabi Alonso selected the ball that announced that the Blues would once again be pitted against their old foes Barcelona.

To be fair, at that stage of the draw there were only two options remaining for Chelsea, though the possibility of a more benign tie against Besiktas still lingered. The real disappointment,...

Weston McKennie on breakout 2017 from Schalke U19s to U.S. debut

Weston McKennie chats with ESPN about the future of the USMNT, why he's happy he bypassed MLS for the Bundesliga and more.
Teenager Weston McKennie scored a debut goal, but the U.S. had to settle for a draw at Portugal after a goalkeeping howler.

It has been some year for Weston McKennie. In just a couple of months, the United States youngster has catapulted himself from Schalke's under-19 team to the USMNT. One thing, though, has not changed: his attitude.

"I'm still young. I have a lot of time to fix things. It's just how it is," said the 19-year-old when he sat down with ESPN FC in late November. Schalke had just sealed a remarkable turnaround in the prestigious Revierderby at Borussia Dortmund. Going into half-time with a 4-0 deficit,...