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Danny Drinkwater's 20-yard effort cancelled out Lukas Jutkiewicz own goal

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Arsenal

*For years Arsenal have been speaking the language of 'one final push'. But with the likely losses of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri, they look further away than ever from ending their six-year trophy drought. Arsène Wenger's purism has never been under more pressure.

Stoke sign England international Matthew Upson

Stoke have signed former West Ham centre-back Matthew Upson on a free transfer, with the defender agreeing a two-year deal with the Potters.

Premier League: Team By Team Guide

ARSENAL

Last season: 4th.

Transfers in: Gervinho (Lille, £10.5), Carl Jenkinson (Charlton). Out: Gaël Clichy (Manchester City, £7m), Mark Randall (Chesterfield, free), Tom Cruise (released), Denilson (Sao Paulo, season loan), Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (Ipswich).

Tony Pulis proud of latest milestone

Stoke boss Tony Pulis hailed another milestone for his team after they secured a place in the final qualifying round of the Europa League with victory over Hajduk Split in Croatia.

Pulis prepared to wait in transfer market

Stoke boss Tony Pulis is prepared to bide his time in the transfer market if necessary.

Woodgate could make Potters debut in Europe

Stoke manager Tony Pulis is weighing up whether to give former England defender Jonathan Woodgate his competitive debut in tonight's Europa League third qualifying round first-leg tie against Hajduk Split at the Britannia Stadium.The 31-year-old joined the Potters on a pay-as-you-play deal this summer after making only four appearances in the last two seasons for Tottenham due to injury.

Tottenham defender Ledley King undergoes knee surgery

Tottenham club captain Ledley King underwent surgery on his left knee last night.

Football in Brief: Adam thanks Dalglish for his persistence; Pearce signs new deal; Woodgate to the Potters; McCarthy to sign Johnson

Charlie Adam has thanked Kenny Dalglish for showing faith in him after Blackpool rejected Liverpool's initial advances in January, before the Reds finally completed a deal last week. The 25-year-old, part of Liverpool's squad for their tour of the Far East, said: "I'd like to thank the manager for bringing me here. Some of the best players in the world are at this club so if I can learn from them I am going to improve."

Stoke announce Woodgate signing

Stoke manager Tony Pulis today offered Jonathan Woodgate the chance to resurrect his football career but admitted he was taking a chance in signing the injury-plagued defender.

Jonathan Woodgate parts company with Tottenham

Tottenham have confirmed injury-plagued defender Jonathan Woodgate has left the club.

Hargreaves and Woodgate released by clubs

Manchester United's Owen Hargreaves, Tottenham's Jonathan Woodgate and West Ham defender Matthew Upson are some of the bigger names to be released by their clubs this summer.

Retained player lists reveal big name players available for free

Manchester City midfielder Patrick Vieira, Manchester United's Owen Hargreaves, West Ham defender Matthew Upson and Tottenham's Jonathan Woodgate are some of the bigger names to be released by their clubs this summer.

Harry Redknapp confident of retaining Tottenham stars

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has reiterated his stance that none of the club's top players will be sold this summer.

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