Frenchman almost signed for Bundesliga champions before move to the Emirates
The once untouchable side were humiliated by Bayern Munich with a 7-0 aggregate Champions League semi-final defeat
Dutch legend to join statues of Herbert Chapman, Tony Adams and Thierry Henry outside Emirates Stadium
Dani Alves says says the England midfielder can hit the heights of Xavi and Andre Iniesta
Arsenal manager admits he was not aware of Michu
Contract rebel has got his wish of playing in a central striking role
Arsenal 7 Newcastle United 3: The Arsenal striker, currently being coached by Gunners legend Thierry Henry, scores hat-trick in a 10-goal thriller against weary Newcastle
A look ahead to Saturday’s Premier League fixture at the DW Stadium
Fifa informed Drogba that he won't be exempted from international transfer rules
Houllier is convinced the centre, the FA's Clairefontaine equivalent, will produce future stars
The doom-mongers predicted big trouble for Arsenal when Robin van Persie packed his bags and headed for Old Trafford in the summer but perhaps they need not have worried.
John Terry and Frank Lampard scored as Chelsea suffered a 3-2 defeat to the Major League Soccer All Stars at PPL Park in Chester, Pennsylvania.
Manchester City may have wrestled the title from their grasp, but Manchester United were today awarded two prestigious honours for their dominance of the Premier League.
Wayne Rooney's spectacular overhead kick in the Manchester derby in February 2011 has been voted as the greatest goal in the 20 seasons of the Premier League.
Arsène Wenger said yesterday that Arsenal are determined to tie up a new contract for Robin van Persie between the end of the season and the start of Euro 2012, although that leaves the club only a matter of days to do a deal.
Thierry Henry tells Dermot O'Leary why he first joined Arsenal, why he came back ... and how he is a little uneasy about that statue