Mikel: Dammit, Dani!
Hector: Mikel, Dani's already back in Spain.
Mikel: Sorry, force of habit. Dammit, Willian!
Willian: Not me either.
Mikel: Oh...then who caused all this mess??
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Ruben Neves would be a good fit for Mikel Arteta's Arsenal
Ruben Neves would be a good fit for Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal
Arsenal’s central midfield options have needed freshening up for a while now.
Granit Xhaka is being linked with a move away, both Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira are seemingly headed for exits, and Dani Ceballos has already returned to Real Madrid.
So what better way for the north London giants to begin the transfer window than by opening talks with Wolves over the possibility of signing…
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Arsenal's failure to act on Emi Buendia transfer shows lack of ambition
Arsenal’s failure to act on Emi Buendia transfer shows lack of ambition
Cast your mind back to the closing days of last summer’s transfer window.
As deadline day began to near it was clear that Arsenal were in the market for two players – Thomas Partey and Houssem Aouar. Due to budgetary constraints though it was unlikely that they were going to be able to get both.
Effectively this left the Gunners with a choice. They could either go for the defence and dynamism of…
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Why hiring and backing Antonio Conte would be the best way for Arsenal to show ambition this summer.
Per: What do we say when life disappoints us?
Mikel: Called it.
Per: Mikel, no.
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Why Mikel Arteta sounds like he’s already opened and read one of the two letters Unai Emery left behind at Arsenal.
Edu and Mikel Arteta have waited too long to firm up interest in Norwich City playmaker Emi Buendia. Why the wait will cost Arsenal a fortune.
Mikel Arteta sad to see David Luiz leave Arsenal at end of season
Defender’s contract runs out at end of June
‘I’ve really enjoyed learning from him’
Mikel Arteta feels “sadness” at the prospect of losing David Luiz, who will depart Arsenal at the end of June after two seasons. The 33-year-old has agreed to leave when his contract expires, marking the first step in what is expected to be an extensive revamp of Arsenal’s squad.
Arteta suggested the decision to part company with David Luiz, who signed a season’s extension last June and is among the club’s highest earners, was mutual. “We had very clear talks in the last few months,” the manager said. “We already had a big decision to make last year when we had to extend his contract during the Covid world, the pay cuts and everything.
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Mikel: It’s past noon, which means it’s now socially acceptable to start drinking!
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