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Visiting supporters have avoided paying the highest band of prices at the Emirates

Wayne Rooney, Ivan Gazidis and Arsene Wenger

Arsenal could afford £25m transfer fee claims club chief Ivan Gazidis, opening door for Wayne Rooney move

Chief executive ushers in new era saying Gunners will pay £25m and £200k a week for marquee signings

Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen

Thomas Vermaelen distances himself from Arsenal exit speculation

Reports suggested the defender was unhappy at the Emirates

Ramsey has impressed in recent weeks

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey relishing central role

Wales international has impressed in recent weeks

Robin van Persie of Manchester United scores their first goal

Robin van Persie right to quit Arsenal says Manchester United team-mate Patrice Evra

The Dutchman scored against his former team at the weekend

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott celebrates his goal against Manchester United

Arsene Wenger calls on Arsenal to produce perfect finish to the season

The Gunners' hopes were dented by a 1-1 draw with Manchester United

Per Mertesacker is congratulated after scoring the only goal of the game in Arsenal's 1-0 win over Fulham

Laurent Koscielny confident Per Mertesacker can help shackle Robin van Persie on return to Arsenal

The Manchester United striker returns to the Emirates for the first time

A view of Arsenal's Emirates Stadium

Arsenal to introduce new reduced-price ticket scheme at the Emirates

Young supporters will benefit

Victor Anichebe

David Moyes wants more from Everton striker Victor Anichebe during Premier League run-in

Everton play Arsenal at the Emirates tonight

Everton manager David Moyes

Result against Arsenal crucial for Everton's top-four aspirations says David Moyes

The sides meet at the Emirates stadium tomorrow

Olivier Giroud of Arsenal and Sebastien Bassong of Norwich City compete for the ball
Jack Wilshere trains alongside Theo Walcott

Theo Walcott craving trophy success with Arsenal

England forward is enjoying his best season, but is certain to go without silverware for at least another year

Arsene Wenger looks on

Arsenal must 'stay solid' says Arsene Wenger

The Gunners are five points off the top-four

Nacho Monreal training at London Colney yesterday

Arsene Wenger expects Nacho Monreal to provide attacking threat for Arsenal

Defender will improve offence game given time, says the Arsenal manager

Dennis Bergkamp during his time with Arsenal

Arsenal to honour Dennis Bergkamp with statue

Dutch legend to join statues of Herbert Chapman, Tony Adams and Thierry Henry outside Emirates Stadium

Gareth Bale celebrates his winner against West Ham; Jack Wilshere

Gareth Bale has 'deflated' Arsenal, says his Tottenham team-mate Scott Parker

Welsh winger scored a stunning winner to take Spurs four points clear of local rivals

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