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Arsene Wenger believes William Gallas always received "an exaggerated bad reputation" - and wished the former Arsenal captain all the best as he was set to complete a move to north-London rivals Tottenham.

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Arsene Wenger looks set to break one of his own golden rules by paying a fee for an outfield player in his 30s after Seville confirmed that Arsenal have had a bid rejected for the 30-year-old French defender Sébastien Squillaci.

Expectation is not matched by delivery on opening day

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Gallas is our primary target, says Redknapp

Former Arsenal captain is one of 'two or three' players being targeted by Tottenham's manager

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.

Eduardo completes Arsenal exit

Eduardo's ill-fated spell at Arsenal was brought to a close tonight when he completed his move to Shakhtar Donetsk.

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.

Summer spending not finished at Arsenal says Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger maintains his summer spending has not finished yet.

Koscielny overjoyed at £10m move to Arsenal

Laurent Koscielny cannot wait to get stuck into the hustle and bustle of the Premier League after moving to Arsenal. Arsène Wenger had tracked the 24-year-old defender for some time, as Koscielny impressed in the French league, and is understood to have cost the club in the region of £10m from Lorient.

Arsenal complete Koscielny deal

Arsenal have signed defender Laurent Koscielny from French side Lorient.

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.

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