Sport Thierry Henry and Robert Pires are both training with Arsenal but Arsene Wenger insists he won't be making a move to bring them back to the club

Henry is currently training with the Gunners along with Robert Pires but Wenger insists that he will not be making a move to bring the striker back for a third spell with the club

Gallas springs surprise by joining Spurs in one-year deal

Redknapp looks to former Gunner to maintain centre-back strength as Woodgate causes concern

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Fabregas faces public Arsenal reunion as team urges him to stay

Cesc Fabregas will make a very public return to Arsenal today: his first day back at the club after stating his desire to leave involves a team photocall and training session in front of 10,000 Arsenal members at the Emirates Stadium.

Newcastle star Taylor out for three months

Newcastle defender Steven Taylor is expected to be sidelined for the first three months of the new season.

Transfer Talk: Promoted trio struggle to bring in reinforcements

With just over a fortnight to go before the start of the Premier League season and a month of the transfer window remaining, the three clubs promoted from the Championship continue to struggle to bring in reinforcements.

Arsenal jilted as Campbell opts to marry up with Newcastle

Sol Campbell is expected to sign for Newcastle United today, having surprisingly snubbed his former club, Arsenal. The former England central defender had been expected to agree a 12-month deal with the Gunners after he impressed on his return to North London last season but that prospect was all but over last night.

Sol Campbell set for Newcastle medical

Sol Campbell is due to have a medical with Newcastle this afternoon with a view to signing for the newly-promoted Barclays Premier League club tomorrow.

Wenger demands good start from Arsenal

Arsene Wenger has challenged his young Arsenal team to come out all guns blazing when the new Barclays Premier League season kicks off at Liverpool and lay down an early marker in their quest for a first championship title since 2004.

Arsenal intent on keeping Fabregas

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will have returned from South Africa determined to mould a team capable of ending a five-season trophy drought - with World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas at the heartbeat of the side.

Sunderland in talks with Sol Campbell

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce today confirmed he has held talks with Sol Campbell but insisted the former England international is just one of his options as he bids to strengthen his defence over the summer.

Lennon searches for experience to strengthen Celtic title challenge

Celtic are looking for "experienced winners" to bring success back to the club, assistant manager Johan Mjallby has revealed.

Walcott eyes injury-free season

Theo Walcott is desperate to have an injury-free season to show just what he can do - both for Arsenal and England.

Arsenal close on Koscielny as Campbell talks to Celtic

Arsenal are close to agreeing the £8m transfer of 24-year-old defender Laurent Koscielny from Lorient after the veteran centre-back Sol Campbell flew to Scotland for talks on a possible move to Celtic.

Campbell enters discussions with Celtic

Sol Campbell is in Glasgow holding talks with Celtic over a potential move.

Ferdinand has scars to show the unlucky few they can recover from rejection

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