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Europe is the word: NextGen series hots up as Arsenal look to make it three English teams in the last four

The competition’s format allows younger players to adapt to different styles of the game on a competitive basis. Senior midfielders Abou Diaby and Mikel Arteta wish they had experienced the same.

The Arsenal players appear dejected as they come to terms with their elimination from the tournament

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Spaniard joined from Malaga in a £10m deal

Monreal in action for Spain

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