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The Brazil international is ruled out for up to a month

A view outside Arsenal's Emirates Stadium

Fears grow that Arsenal wage bill is creeping close to £150m mark

In comparison, Tottenham's wage bill is around £90m

Roberto Mancini

Roberto Mancini will walk away if Manchester City slip up

Roberto Mancini has said he would quit if Manchester City did not win another trophy for three years.

Roberto Mancini loses cool over speculation about his future

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini swore in front of reporters and TV cameras as he was asked to comment on the latest speculation concerning his future.

Joao Moutinho celebrates his goal
Porto's Jackson Martinez (left) and Malaga's Martin Demichelis (right). The two sides face off in the Champions League tonight

Champions League: Porto v Malaga match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League fixture at the Estadio do Dragao

Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini “would love to coach in England

Manuel Pellegrini Chelsea link piles pressure on to Rafael Benitez

Manuel Pellegrini's agent has added to the pressure on Rafael Benitez by claiming an intermediary representing Chelsea has sounded him out about the availability of the Malaga manager.

Nacho Monreal training at London Colney yesterday

Nacho Monreal wants to win trophies with Arsenal

Spanish international joined the Gunners on transfer deadline day

Santi Cazorla celebrates scoring Arsenal's second goal

Santi Cazorla enjoying his football at Arsenal

Gunners' style suits the Spanish midfielder

Nacho Monreal training at London Colney yesterday

New Arsenal signing Nacho Monreal faces swift baptism against Stoke

Wenger confident left-back will fit in to Arsenal's style and could give new signing his debut today

Nacho Monreal takes part in training session

Nacho Monreal confident Arsenal's 'Spanish football philosophy' will see him settle quickly

Spaniard joined from Malaga in a £10m deal

Arsenal sign Spain international left-back Nacho Monreal in '£10.5m' deal

Málaga defender joins the Gunners on a long-term contract

David Villa

Barcelona insist Arsenal 'target' David Villa will not be sold

Spain striker has seen chances limited this season

Michael Laudrup has shrugged off suggestions that he could be the man to replace Jose Mourinho should the Portuguese’s contact with Real Madrid be terminated in the summer
Miguel Angel Jimenez broke his leg in a skiing accident

Miguel Angel Jimenez's year ends on an unlucky break after skiing accident

Spanish golfer Miguel Angel Jimenez will be out of action for at least three months after breaking his leg in a skiing accident on Saturday.

Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla

Santi Cazorla says Jack Wilshere has 'amazing potential'

Spaniard impressed with Arsenal team-mate

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