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

Transfer Talk: Arsenal recoup £6m by moving on Eduardo

Arsenal are to sell striker Eduardo da Silva to Shakhtar Donetsk for £6m after the striker passed a medical with the Ukrainian champions. The striker suffered a shocking double fracture of his left leg at Birmingham City in February 2008 and, although he has physically recovered, the Croatia international failed to play well enough to earn a regular starting place with the Gunners.

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Arsenal dream alive in the Nick of time

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Stoppage-time winner keeps Arsenal hopes alive

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James Lawton: Profanity and humour mask Wenger gloom after ambush

Arsène Wenger's torment was maybe painful to see, especially when this most urbane of football men employed a phrase quite often favoured by those suddenly besieged by the deepest frustration. You know the one, for f...'s sake. It accompanied his refusal to be drawn deeper into a controversy that, in truth, would have been of his own making.

Arsenal slip into world of paranoia

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Zola admits 'I'm ready to resign'

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Eduardo faces his St Andrew's demons

Wenger cannot forgive Taylor for tackle that left striker with broken leg

Nasri wonder goal caps a European night to savour

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Win title for me, urges Ramsey

Arsenal midfielder speaks for first time about horror tackle and seeks to put it behind him

Coyle rejects suggestions Arsenal are targeted

The Bolton Wanderers manager, Owen Coyle, has dismissed his Arsenal counterpart Arsène Wenger's claim his players are targeted by Premier League opponents.

Coyle dismisses Wenger's claim that Arsenal players are targeted

Bolton manager Owen Coyle has dismissed Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger's claim his players are targeted by Barclays Premier League opponents.

Surgeon optimistic over Ramsey injury

The surgeon who operated on Arsenal forward Eduardo's horrific leg injury has offered hope to Gunners fans praying Aaron Ramsey makes a full recovery from a similar setback.

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