LIVE Arsenal news: EXCLUSIVE Oxlade-Chamberlain transfer, LATEST Lacazette deal, Wenger management return

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LIVE Arsenal news: EXCLUSIVE Oxlade-Chamberlain transfer, LATEST Lacazette deal, Wenger management return

SunSport can exclusively reveal that Arsenal are considering a transfer for former star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The 28-year-old former Arsenal midfielder has been with Liverpool since 2017, where he has won Premier League and Champions League titles.

Arsenal also defeated QPR in a closed-door friendly, and we have the most up-to-date information on their pursuit of Ollie Watkins and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

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BIT VAR-FETCHEDArsene Wenger is sure that VAR would have ‘changed Arsenal Football Club’s history.

Technology would have ruled out Samuel Eto’o’s 2006 Champions League final goal, according to the renowned former Arsenal manager, 71.

Barcelona won 2-1 in Paris after scoring twice in the final 14 minutes, but Wenger is still haunted by Eto’o’s equalizer.

Henrik Larsson, a former Celtic forward, produced an inch-perfect pass into the path of the Cameroonian, who finished neatly beyond Manuel Almunia’s near post.

When the pass was made, though, replays indicated Eto’o had drifted beyond Kolo Toure.

Over a decade later, the inability of officials to notice this continues to gnaw at Wenger.

When asked which game he wished VAR had been utilized in, Wenger told beIN Sports in 2019: “It’s the 2006 Champions League final, because I believe Eto’o’s equalizer was offside.”

“Arsenal Football Club’s history would have been altered.”

TODAY IS 25 YEARS AGO FROM WENGER’S FIRST ARSENAL GAME. It’s been 25 years since Arsène Wenger’s reign began with a 2-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers. 1,235 games, 716 wins, and 49 unbeaten games 3 @PremierLeague titles and 7 @EmiratesFACup trophies a legendary Arsenal player pic.twitter.com/qgJ7crNtHs THIERR LET’S GO! Arsenal supporters are in for a fantastic treat, according to Thierry Henry, with Amazon’s tell-all documentary, All or Nothing.

“For the viewers, it’s great to witness what’s going on behind closed doors,” Henry, 44, told Prime Video.

“It may be too much for certain gamers… However, I believe that having an outside perspective is beneficial.

“Thank goodness they didn’t have that when I was playing… that would’ve been a lot of fun.”

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After failing to sign midfielder Mohamed Elneny in September, Galatasaray are allegedly in discussions with Arsenal to sign him.

The Turkish club had an offer for the 29-year-old rejected last month, but it didn’t stop them from signing him in January.

Elneny, an Egypt international, is in the final year of his contract with the Emirates, and there are no indications that he will be offered a new contract.

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