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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Arsenal 0 0 0 0
2 Bournemouth 0 0 0 0
3 Brighton 0 0 0 0
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Arsenal confirm Takuma Asano to spend second season on loan at Stuttgart

Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit believes the Gunners will be stronger with Arsene Wenger staying as manager next season.
NYCFC coach Patrick Vieira joins ESPN FC's Heineken Boot room to give his thoughts on Arsene Wenger and Arsenal.
Steve Nicol explains why the time is right for Hector Bellerin to leave Arsenal and return to Barcelona.
Former Arsenal defender Mikael Silvestre says nice guy Arsene Wenger needs to be tougher.

Arsenal have confirmed that forward Takuma Asano will spend a second season on loan at German club Stuttgart.

Stuttgart's sporting director said earlier this week that Japan international Asano, who is yet to earn a work permit to play in the Premier League, would remain with the Bundesliga club.

Arsenal confirmed the deal on their website on Thursday, saying "Takuma Asano has re-joined Bundesliga side Stuttgart on loan for the 2017/18 season. ... We'd like to wish him all the best for the upcoming...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal can win title with Sanchez, Ozil, Mbappe and Lacazette - Pires

Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol examine the latest transfer rumours including Bayern Munich's interest in Alexis Sanchez.

Robert Pires says his former club Arsenal can win the Premier League title next season -- if they keep Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil and sign Kylian Mbappe and Alexandre Lacazette.

Sanchez and Ozil have both been linked with exits from Arsenal this summer with their contracts due to expire next year.

Arsenal are reportedly interested in Monaco's Mbappe and Lyon's Lacazette, though supporters have viewed the duo as potential replacements for Sanchez or Ozil should they depart the Emirates Stadium.

Pires,...

 By Mark Lovell

Alexis Sanchez would make Bayern Munich a better team - Ottmar Hitzfeld

Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol examine the latest transfer rumours including Bayern Munich's interest in Alexis Sanchez.

Former Bayern Munich boss Ottmar Hitzfeld has told Sport Bild that buying Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez would make the Bundesliga champions "a better team."

But Hitzfeld, who led Bayern to five Bundesliga titles and a Champions League crown, said the club needed to move quickly to secure a good deal for the Chile international.

"He [Sanchez] is a player in the category that can make Bayern a better team," he said.

"But it's important to make decisions as quickly as possible, because the longer you...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

England better than Spain for youth player development - Hector Bellerin

Steve Nicol explains why the time is right for Hector Bellerin to leave Arsenal and return to Barcelona.

England is a better place for young players to develop than Spain because of a higher level of professionalism, according to Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin.

Bellerin, 22, moved from Barcelona's La Masia academy to join Arsenal's youth team when he was 16, and he believes the change of scene benefitted him greatly as he developed as a player and a pro.

"I remember doing hydration tests, body fat tests, mobility tests, looking at the data after the games, during training sessions, everything," Bellerin...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal could've won 2006 Champions League with VAR

Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol examine the latest transfer rumours including Bayern Munich's interest in Alexis Sanchez.

Arsene Wenger has welcomed the introduction of video assistant referees (VAR) at this summer's Confederations Cup and feels had they been introduced earlier then Arsenal might have won the Champions League under him.

VAR is currently being trialled by FIFA at the Confederations Cup in Russia and has been a key talking point, with a number of refereeing decisions having been overturned at the tournament.

Wenger says the use of VAR is a good thing for football and, had it been around for the 2006...