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Juventus considering Ramsey 0

Posted on March 26, 2018 by Veselin Trajkovic

Italian champions Juventus have been heavily linked with Liverpool’s Emre Can whose deal expires this summer, but both parties have clearly stated that no deal has been made as of yet. Juventus are getting restless regarding the transfer, and are said to be considering alternative routes.

According to the Express, Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey, along with Tottenham Hotspur’s Mousa Dembele, is high on the list of potential alternative options. Ramsey has faced a lot of criticism for his performances this season, and a desire for a change of scenery from the Welshman is not impossible to imagine. After all, Juventus offer continuity in Champions League participation, and with them, there is always a decent amount of certainty when it comes to winning trophies, which is, unfortunately, more than can be said of Arsenal at this point.

Gnabry makes Germany’s squad for Under-21 European Championship 0

Posted on May 26, 2015 by Nemanja Lazarevic

Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry has been named in Horst Hrubesch’s preliminary Germany squad for the Under-21 European Championship in Czech Republic despite the lack of action at club level.

The Germany Under-21 coach announced his 28-man squad for the tournament finals that will be cut down to 23 names by 7th June, with the Arsenal starlet and Liverpool utility player Emre Can on the list.

Many will be surprised by the inclusion of Gnabry considering that he last featured in a competitive game in March 2014. The talented winger missed the entire season through a knee injury, although he has been stepping up fitness over the last couple of months.

Arsenal claim comfortable win over Liverpool 0

Posted on April 04, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal claimed a 4-1 victory over Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium in the early kick-off on Saturday. Goals from Hector Bellerin, Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez and Olivier Giroud were enough to clinch a vital win.

The Gunners made a quick start, as Alexis Sanchez fired just wide of goal in the first minute of the match. The Gunners threatened the Liverpool goal again on three minutes, as Simon Mignolet got down well to produce a superb low save from Santi Cazorla’s powerful effort.

On five minutes Mignolet was in the action again. Former-Gunners centre-back Kolo Toure lost possession on the edge of his area to Aaron Ramsey.

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