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Expect These Three Players To Leave My Team This Month, Emery Told Fans

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Though the summer transfer window has closed in England, Arsenal could still see three of their players depart the Emirates Stadium this month.

According to Arsenal manager Unai Emery, the North Londoners are reportedly set to partway with three players before the summer transfer window closes in other European leagues.

The manager revealed that Carl Jenkinson could be on his way out of the club this summer.

The player didn’t get much time under Arsene Wenger throughout last campaign and that isn’t going to change under Unai Emery this season.

Jenkinson, 26, is being linked with a move to Leeds United and Swansea but none of them have reached an agreement with the Gunners for his signature.

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Emery also confirmed David Ospina will be leaving the team with Besiktas tipped as his next destination.

The Colombian international became the third choice goalkeeper when the club completed their move for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who is set to become Emery’s first-choice netminder this season.

Joel Campbell is the last player on the list of three players who are expected to move out of the Emirates Stadium before the end of August.

Despite his huge potentials, the striker failed to live up to his billings and he could be loaned out to La Liga club for his third consecutive loan spell away from Arsenal.

“We only have three players: Carl Jenkinson, David Ospina and Joel Campbell, with the possibility to leave,” Emery said.

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AFCON: Alex Iwobi Shines In Libya Win

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Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi continued his impressive form earlier on Saturday as he helped the Super Eagles of Nigeria thrash Libya 4-0 in an African Cup of Nations (AFCON) clash at the Nest of Champions in Uyo.

Iwobi, 22, has started the new season in impressive fashion under new Arsenal manager Unai Emery.

The Arsenal Academy graduate has been one of the beneficiaries of the new dispensation under the former Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Valencia and Sevilla boss.

Alex Iwobi struggled with inconsistency under former manager Arsene Wenger but the advent of Unai Emery has seen his form flourish.

Unai Emery had replaced Wenger in the summer after the Frenchman resigned from his post as Arsenal manager thus ending his 22-year reign at the club.

The Spaniard signed a three-year contract until 2021.

Alex Iwobi played the entire duration of the game which saw Chinese-based striker net a hattrick.

The former Watford striker netted the opening goal from the spot as early as the fourth minute after he was fouled in the Libyan box.

He added a second goal on 58 minutes off a sumptuous pass from Iwobi before completing his treble in the 69th minute.

Samuel Kalu scored a fourth goal on the stroke of full-time to make the scoreline a more comprehensive one.

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Wenger Breaks Silence On Ramsey Contract Standoff At Arsenal

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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has had his say on the contract standoff involving Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey and the club.

Wenger spoke about Ramsey and his contractual situation with the Gunners in an interview monitored on popular English news portal Metro adding that the 27-year-old is in a strong position with less than a year left on his Arsenal deal.

The Frenchman further revealed that he tried to sign him to a new contract while he was the Arsenal manager.

Arsene Wenger resigned from his post as Arsenal manager at the end of last season thereby drawing the curtains on his 22-year reign in North London.

During his time at Arsenal, the former AS Monaco and Grampus Eight boss won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup titles in addition to leading the Gunners to the 2006 Champions League final in Paris.

His 10-man Arsenal side lost 2-1 to Barcelona who came from behind through goals from Samuel Eto’o and Juliano Belletti.

Aaron Ramsey is on his way out of the club after Arsenal decided to withdraw their contract offer to the former Cardiff City player.

He has been linked with a move to other Premier League giants like Manchester United and Chelsea.

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Arsenal, Chelsea could do some business in January

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Arsenal and their London rivals could be forced to do some business in the January Transfer window after Ruben Loftus-Cheek has made it clear that he wants to leave the Stamford Bridge.

The player has lacked playing time under manager Maurizio Sarri which he is unable to bear. He might at least, request for a loan move.

Loftus-Cheek’s decision to leave also bothers on the fact that he wants to have a return to the international stage after his successful loan spell at Crystal Palace in the last campaign gave him that opportunity.

Although, it has been reported that Palace will be interested in having the 22-year-old for another loan term but Arsenal are regarded as a strong contender for him.

A call from the North London club will be difficult to reject for Loftus-Cheek knowing the opportunity he will have to play at a bigger stage for the Emirates Stadium sides.

Arsenal are also expected to beat off interest from Everton who are also monitoring the situation to have the player.

However, with Aaron Ramsey seeming to leave the Gunners, there are expectations that Arsenal will push for a move for the player to help serve as a temporal cover for the Wales international.

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Why Monaco Appoint Thierry Henry As New Manager

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French Ligue 1 giants AS Monaco have named Arsenal legend Thierry Henry as their new manager.

The announcement was made by the UEFA Champions League (UCL) campaigners earlier on Saturday after the 41-year-old put pen to paper on a contract that will run until June 2021.

The former Arsenal player replaces Portuguese tactician Leonardo Jardim who was sacked following the team’s lacklustre start to the new campaign.

Under his watch, AS Monaco won just one from their 11 games in all competitions this season.

The French Ligue 1 giants are presently in the relegation as they occupy 18th spot on the league table after one win from their nine games.

They have also lost both their Champions League games to Spanish La Liga giants Atletico Madrid and German Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund.

Thierry, who is an assistant manager with the Belgium national team, makes a return to his old hunting ground in a managerial capacity.

He spent two years in the club’s youth team before making his Monaco debut in 1994 under his manager at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger.

He spent five hugely successful years with the first team and went on to win the 1996/97 league title.

His managerial bow will be against Racing Strasbourg on Saturday, October 20.

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