Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez celebrate after the former scores for Uruguay

Transfer news: Any move for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez would break Gareth Bale's £86m world-record fee, claims Edinson Cavani

The Paris St-Germain striker claims Suarez is on a par with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo according to his Uruguayan team-mate

Jose Reina pictured training with Spain

Transfer news: Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina repeats desire to join Barcelona

The Spaniard is currently on loan with Napoli

Mathieu Flamini has hit the ground running during his second spell at the North London club

Mathieu Flamini sleeves row: Arsene Wenger angered after midfielder breaks Arsenal tradition by cutting sleeves for victory over Marseille

Flamini breaks rank once again to go against the tradition of wearing the same shirt as the captain

Robert Lewandowski celebrates scoring Dortmund's late winner

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A look ahead to the Champions League Group F encounter at the Westfalenstadion

Mesut Ozil was disappointing for Arsenal against Manchester United

Arsene Wenger says there is 'room for improvement' with Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil

The Germany international has put in some more subdued performances since his quick start to life in the Premier League

Jurgen Klopp looks on during Borussia Dortmund's 1-0 defeat by Arsenal on Wednesday night

Postcard from... Naples

A senior church figure in southern Italy has added another transgression to the list of sinful activities: environmental destruction.

Mario Balotelli is greeted by Italian supporters ahead of their training session in Quarto

Mario Balotelli branded 'an imbecile' for refusing to rule out links with Italian mafia ahead of World Cup qualifier between Italy and Armenia

The former Manchester City striker took to Twitter to respond to a report which praised him as an anti-mafia figure

Wilshere has not had the best of weeks after being caught smoking

Jack Wilshere's fall at Arsenal may be Roy Hodgson's gain for England

Jack Wilshere's descent down the Arsenal pecking order since the arrival of Mesut Özil and renaissance of Aaron Ramsey could be a blessing in disguise for England. That is the view of Roy Hodgson, and while it is an unofficial part of the job spec for England managers to see a silver lining in every cloud, there is sense in his outlook.

Wenger is hopeful that many of his unavailable players will return after the international break

West Brom v Arsenal: Gunners challenged to keep winning streak going by Arsene Wenger

The Gunners have won their last 10 games in all competitions and Wenger feels that the confidence generated from their run has given them a new belief

Arsene Wenger has praised midfielder Mesut Ozil for his performance against Stoke

Per Mertesacker offers his explanation as to why Mesut Ozil has settled at Arsenal so quickly

The £42.5m signing scored his first goal for the Gunners in midweek against Napoli

Juergen Klopp

Champions League: Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp will be absent from the touchline against Arsenal

Ban for rant at fourth official extended by Uefa

Jack Wilshere enjoys a joke during Arsenal training

Jack Wilshere ready to battle for place among Arsenal midfield

The England international was among the substitutes for last night's win over Napoli

Piebury Corner near the Emirates Stadium in north London, where a group of Napoli fans launched an 'unprovoked attack' before a Champions League match last night

Man in hospital after 'mob attack' on Arsenal pie shop before Napoli game

Piebury Corner near the Emirates Stadium was forced to close after dozens of Italian fans reportedly tore through the building smashing windows, breaking chairs and swinging belts

Mesut Özil has helped transform Arsenal into a formidable European force once again

Arsenal 2 Napoli 0: Five things learnt in Champions League masterclass at the Emirates

Ozil shines as Wilshere is relegated to the bench for impressive victory

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