Sport Bernard of Atletico Mineiro

The 20-year-old has played his last game for Atletico Minieiro - if the Gunners can stump up the cash

It was like I still play for the Gunners, says Eduardo after Emirates return

Eduardo felt like he had never left after receiving a warm reception from Arsenal fans during Tuesday night's game against Shakhtar Donetsk, when they celebrated his consolation goal as if it was for the home side.

Fabregas back to lift Arsenal into European comfort zone

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James Lawton: Wilshere survives brush with danger to put down a marker

Midfielder gets away with rash challenge before his natural talent hints at brighter days for England

Arsenal win with ease against Shakhtar

Arsenal 5 Shakhtar Donetsk 1

Wenger has respect for Shakhtar Donetsk

Arsene Wenger has warned only a great performance will see Arsenal beat Shakhtar Donetsk tonight to take a massive step towards a place in the last 16 of the Champions League.

'I won't celebrate if I score,' says Eduardo on return to Arsenal

Brazilian has fond memories of Gunners despite horrific leg break. By Nick Harris

Wenger insists he is a 'defender of football' and no hypocrite over tackling

Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, yesterday defended his team's disciplinary record following suggestions he has been hypocritical over his stance on aggressive tackling.

Wenger's tough talk on tackling backfires

Arsenal 2 Birmingham City 1: Manager's call for action results in Wilshere seeing red as Arsenal ride luck.

James Lawton: Why must Mancini defend De Jong? His excuses are an affront to skill and flair

Football must not dismiss the threat of cynically dangerous tacklers

James Lawton: De Jong has crossed the line this time – the FA must now kick danger men off the park

Ben Arfa was De Jong's second victim of a broken leg this year. In a friendly against the US, the Dutchman ruined Stuart Holden's World Cup dream

Are Arsenal victims – or the worst of villains?

Arsène Wenger insists his side are kicked off the park. Rivals say they fall over too easily. As Nasri is accused of diving for a crucial penalty, Mark Fleming picks up the debate

Club guide: Arsenal

Title: 6-1 Relegation: 500-1 Sack Race: 33-1

Transfer Talk: Celtic face competition for James' signature

England goalkeeper David James is without a club after Portsmouth withdrew their offer of a new contract, although Celtic are interested in bringing him north of the border. "We held out for him for as long as we could," said David Lampitt, the Pompey chief-executive. "But we've got three weeks until the start of the new season and we need to continue the rebuilding process."

Eduardo completes Arsenal exit

Eduardo's ill-fated spell at Arsenal was brought to a close tonight when he completed his move to Shakhtar Donetsk.

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