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Transfer Talk LIVE: Arsenal boss Unai Emery to sell Jack Wilshere as new arrivals come in

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira would fit in at the Emirates.
The FC guys answer your tweets on Arsenal's next No. 1 goalkeeper, what a 48-team World Cup will be like, Antoine Griezmann's decision and more.

The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer.

Gunners set for double deal, Saints want Wilshere

Unai Emery is wasting little time in putting his stamp on the Arsenal squad, with the London Evening Standard reporting that two more players will arrive imminently.

The Gunners "are confident of securing Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira and Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno" and will pay around...

Arsenal agree Bernd Leno deal with Bayer Leverkusen - sources

The FC guys answer your tweets on Arsenal's next No. 1 goalkeeper, what a 48-team World Cup will be like, Antoine Griezmann's decision and more.

Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno, sources have told ESPN FC.

The 26-year-old is expected to sign a five-year deal and the move could be finalised later this week, sources said. German newspaper Bild reported the transfer fee was in the region of €25 million.

New Arsenal boss Unai Emery has identified Leno as the club's long-term replacement for Petr Cech.

Arsenal have been locked in talks with Leverkusen over a deal for Leno for several weeks and the...

Arsenal never the same after David Dein left - Cesc Fabregas

The FC guys answer your tweets on Arsenal's next No. 1 goalkeeper, what a 48-team World Cup will be like, Antoine Griezmann's decision and more.
Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira would fit in at the Emirates.
David Seaman believes that although a top four finish is achievable for Arsenal under Unai Emery, their defence needs to be addressed.
Stephan Lichtsteiner joins Arsenal on a free transfer and becomes the first signing for Unai Emery at his new club.
Raphael Honigstein explains why Borussia Dortmund's Sokratis Papastathopoulos would be an underwhelming addition for Arsenal.

Cesc Fabregas has paid tribute to former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein by saying the club was "never the same" after he left.

Fabregas, who is working as a pundit in Russia during the World Cup, posted a photo on Instagram of himself and Dein on Sunday evening after a meal together.

"Great dinner with the first man to sign me professionally," Fabregas said. "It was never the same after you left."

Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barcelona's academy in 2003 as a 16-year-old and signed his first professional...

Transfer Talk: Arsenal lead race for Mario Gotze, Chelsea eye Daniele Rugani

The FC guys answer your tweets on Arsenal's next No. 1 goalkeeper, what a 48-team World Cup will be like, Antoine Griezmann's decision and more.

The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow live with our daily blog throughout the summer.

TOP STORY: Arsenal lead race for Gotze

Arsenal are the front runners to sign Mario Gotze from Borussia Dortmund, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Gunners will be joined by Everton, West Ham, Newcastle and Leicester to battle for the 26-year-old, who decided the World Cup final four years ago.

Gotze's career has stagnated since then, but a move to the Premier...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal could be spurred to action by Aleksandr Golovin's dazzling display in World Cup

Russia put on a show in their 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia, Spain take on Portugal in a quest to silence the doubters and Mo Salah hopeful of making an appearance.
The FC crew break down Russia's hot start to the World Cup and try to temper expectations ahead of their remaining group stage games.

The last time Arsenal signed a twinkle-toed Russian who had commanded the world's attention with his breakout performance at a major tournament, they had to wait 228 days, into the depths of winter, to finally get him. Even then, the capture of Andrei Arshavin was only confirmed after a snowstorm that delayed the deal until 23 hours after the 2009 winter transfer window closed.

If, 10 years on from Arshavin's virtuoso tournament at Euro 2008, Arsenal are indeed in the market to sign a player who...