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Vucinic to move to Arsenal on loan

Arsenal have reached an agreement with Serie A side Juventus to sign forward Mirko Vucinic on loan for the rest of the season, reports Tuttosport. The Montenegrin is set to travel to the north London side for negotiating personal terms and subsequently hold a medical at the club.

Arsenal representatives fly to Germany for Draxler talks

Arsenal have sent a delegation to Germany to hold crunch talks with Schalke over the prospect of a move for their star Julian Draxler, reports The Daily Express. It is reported that the north Londoners are ready to shell out between £25m-£30m for the highly rated youngster.

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Wenger hints at new signings

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dropped hints that he may be still contemplating landing new players this month. The Frenchman was quoted in The Metro, saying: “I hope we’ve something to tell you [on signings by Friday].”

Mourinho takes another potshot at Wenger?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said that he is very happy to see Arsene Wenger sign a new contract with Arsenal. The Portuguese was quoted in The Daily Express, saying: “It is fantastic he is staying. I’m happy that a club like Arsenal trusts the manager so much, and gives him a new contract even without knowing if they are going to win the title. It’s fantastic to give that stability, and an example.”

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Arsenal watch Thauvin, Chelsea keep tabs on Imbula

Arsenal are believed to be interested in taking aboard Marseille star Florian Thauvin. Reports in Inside Futbol also reveal that Chelsea are keeping tabs on the player, in addition to their interest in signing Giannelli Imbula from the French side.

No more January signings for United

Manchester United manager David Moyes has said that the club may not sign any more players this month. The Scot was quoted in The Metro, saying: “I’m going to get better players in. Unfortunately, I don’t think there will be more in January.” Meanwhile, reports in The Daily Mirror have revealed the manager pointing out that he has a big job to do at the club and only a few new signings won’t be enough.

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Manchester City have set their sight on Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna and are considering a move for the Frenchman during the summer, reports the Daily Star. Despite boasting of a star-studded squad, the City hierarchy have failed to provide a quality deputy to Pablo Zabaleta and have identified Sagna as one of the potential candidate who can provide the same class and consistency as the Argentine.

Sagna’s contract with the Gunners will expire at the end of the current season and even though there have been negotiations with the Arsenal board regarding a new agreement, it was rumoured that the French international’s representatives are not content with the financial remuneration that the club is willing to put on the table. According to reports, Arsenal have decided against improving Sagna’s wages, which are currently 60,000 pounds per week, and are prepared to extend his current contract by two more years, something which the former Auxerre man might consider as an insult to the years of service and loyalty that he laid down for the team.

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Arsenal edging closer to landing Draxler

Arsenal’s slender hopes of strengthening their squad before the close of the January transfer window got a significant boost today with the Metroreporting that Schalke are prepared to talk shop about the sale of Julian Draxler.

Sagna to get bumper payday… but not at Arsenal

Manchester City, one of the many clubs that have robbed Arsenal of their talented stars over the last decade are attempting one last audacious capture by offering French international Bacary Sagna what he and many others believes he deserves, one last major payday. The Daily Star reports that Man City are looking to take advantage of the Frenchman’s contract situation at the club and will sign him on a free transfer in the summer.

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Chelsea are pretty used to swimming their way out of scandals in recent years, with the John Terry affairs and Jon Obi Mikel’s shenanigans embroiling the London club in tabloid controversies. But the reigning king of controversies has declared his interest in wearing the Blue of Chelsea, which would surely garner the club regular appearances in the front pages. Mario Balotelli has left an enigmatic void in the Premier League since being shipped out of Man City last year but he is hoping for a return to England and specifically to Jose Mourinho.

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In what was a nightmare draw for the four concerned parties and total delight for all the remaining teams in the FA Cup 5th Round, the four favourites still very much in the running for football's oldest prize have been drawn against each other. Arsenal, chasing a record equalling 12th FA Cup triumph will play host to Liverpool in what will be a blockbuster February for the Gunners, while Manchester City will have the honour of welcoming Chelsea to the Etihad Stadium. Crucially for three of the aforementioned sides, they will also be involved in the UEFA Champions League in February with the Gunners and the Citizens having particularly tough tasks ahead of them in that competition as they take on Bayern Munich and Barcelona respectively.

The FA Cup ties are scheduled on the weekend of the 15th and 16th of February, thereby taking place exactly the weekend before the aforementioned Champions League encounters. The saving grace for both Arsenal and Man City is that both the games, the FA Cup and the Champions League Round of 16 First Leg ties will be played in home comforts.

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