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LIVE Transfer Talk: Arsenal willing to pay Ozil to leave; Chelsea closing in on Higuain

Craig Burley says Arsenal's recent poor form was always expected, and the club have to respect Unai Emery's treatment of Mesut Ozil.
With reports Mesut Ozil would reject a January loan move, ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein examines how he can get in Unai Emery's squad on a regular basis.
With Mesut Ozil reportedly missing out on Arsenal's trip to Liverpool, the FC crew assess his future at the club and the issue his wages present.

The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is open again. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media and setting our correspondents loose to see who could be heading to/out of your club this month.

TOP STORY: Ozil out, whatever the cost

Arsenal are willing to pay some of Mesut Ozil's wages after he leaves the Emirates if that would make a potential move more likely, according to the Mirror.

Just one year ago, the German signed a new contract that made him the club's highest-earning player...

Emery says Arsenal can sign only loan players ... and the reason should worry fans

Last week, Arsenal boss Unai Emery said something surprising: "We cannot sign players where we have to make a payment ... we can only make loan signings." That's not what you'd expect to hear from a club that is six points away from fourth place and in danger of finishing outside the Champions League spots for the third successive season after 19 consecutive years of playing in the world's biggest club competition.

Nor is that what you'd expect from a club that ranked sixth in the most recent Deloitte...

Cech out! Goalkeeping and drumming legend to hang up cap as clean sheet record-holder

Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.
Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.
Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.
Craig Burley says Arsenal's recent poor form was always expected, and the club have to respect Unai Emery's treatment of Mesut Ozil.

Petr Cech has announced that he intends to retire at the end of the season, calling time on his 20-year professional career.

The Arsenal goalkeeper, who turns 37 in May, confirmed his decision with a succinct statement posted on Twitter.

An undisputed Premier League legend of what already feels like a bit of a bygone era, Cech will bow out with records aplenty as well as four league titles, five FA Cups, a Champions League and a Europa League.

Here are but a few of the reasons we'll miss having...

For Unai Emery and Arsenal, the honeymoon is most definitely over

Craig Burley says Arsenal's recent poor form was always expected, and the club have to respect Unai Emery's treatment of Mesut Ozil.
Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner work through the long list of reasons Arsenal wasn't able to get a win on the road against West Ham.
Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.

"We've got our Arsenal back."

Funny how we are not hearing that chant too much these days. It was ringing round the Emirates in the early weeks of the season. But after the extra energy and fight in those days, a different kind of reality is crowding in.

It's too early to say that the new regime of manager Unai Emery has run out of steam. But since that 22-game unbeaten run, Arsenal have lost four of their past eight matches in all competitions.

Recent defensive displays, dare we say it, have...

Arsenal look lost under Emery after strong start; Tottenham look tired

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's controversial penalty against Brighton and what's caused Manchester United's resurgence.

ESPN FC's Nick Miller runs over the Premier League's biggest storylines from the weekend's action. 

Problem of the weekend -- part one

Unai Emery's time at Arsenal began pretty well, that 22-game unbeaten run suggesting he had already managed to lift the ennui that settled in the latter years of Arsene Wenger.

But over the last six weeks they've looked every bit the listless, directionless side as before: since beating Tottenham in that remarkable derby at the start of December, the only games...

Numbers: Lionel Messi reaches 400, David De Gea saves Manchester United

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's controversial penalty against Brighton and what's caused Manchester United's resurgence.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the key factors that guided Manchester United to a statement victory over top-four rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Craig Burley and Steve Nicol are unsure Gareth Southgate will suit Man United after reports listed him as a potential long-term replacement.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his side are not the Harlem Globetrotters, and must get results as well as show good performances.

Lionel Messi hit another milestone as Barcelona swatted Eibar aside 3-0 to maintain their five-point lead atop La Liga. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer passed his first 'real' tactical test with a tough 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur. Arsenal stumbled at West Ham, losing 1-0 while Liverpool saw off Brighton by the same score with a performance that screamed substance over style.

Here are the best of the numbers from this week's football action.


400

Lionel Messi is now the first player to score 400 goals in...