Arsenal completed transfers: Emiliano Viviano, Mathieu Flamini and Mesut Ozil arrive as Arsene Wenger rids the deadwood
All the ins and outs at the Emirates
Tuesday 03 September 2013
Ins: Yaya Sanogo (Auxerre, free), Mathieu Flamini (AC Milan, free), Emiliano Viviano (Palermo, loan), Mesut Ozil (Real Madrid, undisclosed)
Outs: Denilson (Sao Paulo, free), Andrey Arshavin (Zenit St Petersburg, free), Sebastien Squillaci (Bastia, free), Sanchez Watt (Colchester, free), Vito Mannone (Sunderland, undisclosed), Andre Santos (Flamengo, undisclosed), Jernade Meade (Swansea, free), Gervinho (Roma, undisclosed), Chuks Aneke (Crewe, loan), Ignasi Miquel (Leicester, loan), Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace, undisclosed), Martin Angha (Nuremberg, free), Elton Monteiro (Club Brugge, free), Reice Charles-Cook (Bury, free).
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