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Reine-Adelaide: Santi is a magician

Arsenal youth-team graduate Jeff Reine-Adelaide has revealed that Santo Cazorla is the player in the Gunners squad who he admires most.

'Only a matter of time before Pogba starts to deliver'

Former Manchester United defender Wes Brown has backed Paul Pogba to eventually justify his record-breaking price tag at the club.

Rashford wants England U21 chance

Marcus Rashford says that he would like to feature for England at the U21 Euro Championships despite Jose Mourinho's reservations about his involvement.

Ozil: Gunners in 'difficult phase'

Arsenal midfielder Mezut Ozil has given his opinion on the reasons for the Gunners' struggles in recent weeks and indicated that he is not considering a future outside of London for the moment.

Toure: Defending is annoying and difficult

Yaya Toure has praised Pep Guardiola's approach to football, saying that it is far preferable to a defensive style which he found 'annoying'.

Kolasinac agent: No contact with City

Sead Kolasinac has not been in contact with Manchester City, the player's agents says, following reports claiming the player is England-bound.

Hart: Time in the Serie A crucial for international spot

On-loan Manchester City stopper Joe Hart says that his time away from his parent club was crucial to him retaining his place in the England setup.

Tadic: Grujic needs time to settle at Kop

Dusan Tadic believes Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic needs to be given time to settle into the English game before he can fulfill his potential.

Xhaka: Arsenal on Bayern's level

Arsenal midfielder, Granit Xhaka, has claimed that transferring to Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich would be a lateral move for him.

Nainggolan: Chelsea approached me

Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has confirmed that Chelsea were in contact with him at the start of the season regarding a potential transfer.

Merson: Vieira should succeed Wenger at Arsenal

Former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson believes Arsene Wenger will stay on for one more season at the club and should then be succeeded as manager by Patrick Vieira.
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