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Germany international will be available on a free transfer at the end of the season

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Bas Dost called up as replacement

Theo Walcott wants starting spot in Arsenal team

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Klass-Jan Huntelaar evades Mertesacker to put Schalke ahead

Arsenal must bounce back from defeats says Per Mertesacker, starting with QPR on Saturday

Per Mertesacker feels Arsenal must get their season back on track quickly after back-to-back defeats on the domestic and European stages.

Ibrahim Afellay celebrates Schalke's second

Steve Bould concerned by jaded Arsenal after second straight defeat

Arsenal assistant manager Steve Bould admitted the Gunners look jaded following their 2-0 Champions League defeat by Schalke at Emirates Stadium.

Klass-Jan Huntelaar evades Mertesacker to put Schalke ahead

Arsenal lose top spot as they fail to trouble Schalke

Whatever it was Peter Hill-Wood was saying to Stan Kroenke in the Arsenal directors' box last night, you can only assume he exlained that these kind of defeats are not commonplace even for a side as erratic as the one that calls the Emirates home.

Arsène Wenger was forced to watch from the directors' box

Arsene Wenger's stock suffers untimely plunge ahead of difficult Arsenal AGM

Arsenal and England await Jack Wilshere’s return with a sense of desperation

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