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

Shawcross defended over Ramsey leg break

Stoke City 1 Arsenal 3

Sam Wallace: Ramsey's injury a reminder that bad things sometimes happen by accident

The severity of the injury does not mean Shawcross can be called a dangerous footballer

Wenger slams 'horrific' tackle on Ramsey

Stoke City 1 Arsenal 3: Shocked Arsenal manager fails to enjoy crucial win as Welsh international is taken to hospital with shattered right leg

Wenger dismisses Gibbs' World Cup hopes

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed Kieran Gibbs could return from injury before the end of the season - but effectively dismissed any hopes the youngster could be the answer to England's left-back problems.

Brilliant Bendtner starts to turn the tide

Arsenal 2 Sunderland 0: Much-maligned striker perceived by the fans as lazy carries Arsenal to victory in first step towards silencing his critics

Walcott will return to best says Wenger

Arsene Wenger refuses to be frustrated by Theo Walcott's lack of form as the Arsenal striker continues his return from injury.

Vermaelen injury less serious than feared

Arsenal's worst fears over Thomas Vermaelen have been allayed after it was revealed he has not broken his leg.

Bendtner wants to lead Arsenal title challenge

Nicklas Bendtner is ready to grab the chance to finally establish himself as an Arsenal first team regular - and sustain their title hopes - ahead of a trio of crunch Barclays Premier League games.

O'Neill angered by Wenger comments

Martin O'Neill accused his Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger of making "ridiculous statements" after he branded Aston Villa a long-ball team.

Arsenal held by Aston Villa

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James Lawton: After Eduardo, Wenger should know dangerous play cannot be ignored

Gallas gets away with an atrocious tackle and the referee sails blithely on

Fabregas ensures baptism of fire for Coyle

Bolton Wanderers 0 Arsenal 2

Wenger admits Bendtner's injury may force hand in transfer window

Injuries have forced Wenger to admit the need to buy an influential striker. It is a tall order but the Arsenal manager's instincts are worth trusting

Rosicky signs new Arsenal deal

Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has signed a new contract at the Emirates Stadium, the club have announced.

Arsenal indebted to Ramsey

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