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Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has said that he doesn’t want his former club to follow in the footsteps of Liverpool, and not win the Premier League in the next 25 years to come.

The Frenchman was quoted telling reporters: “If I had told you in 1990 that Liverpool would not win the title in the next 25 years, you would have taken me for a madman. I don’t want the same thing to happen to Arsenal.”

 

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Premier League side Everton have made it clear that they will not budge from their asking price of £50m for Manchester United, Man City and Chelsea target Ross Barkley.

One of the most highly rated young players at the Merseyside club at present, Barkley has been known to be on the wishlist of the aforementioned sides for quite a while. The clubs have been hot on his trail since last season, and although he has not been as effective as before in his performances this year, that has done little to downgrade his value in the market.

 

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Wolfsburg playmaker Kevin De Bruyne, who is understood to be on the wishlist of Manchester United and Man City, apart from being a target for his former club Chelsea, is known to be open to the prospect of returning to the Premier League.

The Belgian ace has netted 14 goals and provided an incredible 24 assists in 39 appearances for his side this season. The youngster’s performances have been pivotal in guiding his side to second place in the Bundesliga standings.

 

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Arsenal ace Danny Welbeck and Liverpool star Raheem Sterling have been ruled out of England’s mid-week friendly clash against Italy. While Welbeck is out with a knee injury, Sterling has a nagging toe problem, which forces him to be absent for the game.

Also missing the encounter are Manchester City midfielder James Milner (knee) and Everton left back Leighton Baines.

 

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Chelsea are understood to be weighing up a move for former Arsenal and Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor and land him as a short term replacement for their legendary striker Didier Drogba, who may hang up his boots soon.

The Ivorian has been the third-choice forward for the Blues this season, being deputy to the likes of Diego Costa and Loic Remy. And following his retirement, manager Jose Mourinho would undoubtedly wish to land a good replacement for him, who wouldn’t have much problem with the lack of regular game time either, which is why Adebayor may have become a good option for the same.

 

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels that Premier League leaders Chelsea have ‘too much security’ in the race at the moment, and that they can afford to be ‘quite serene’ right now.

The Frenchman was quoted telling reporters after his side’s 2-1 win over Newcastle United: “Chelsea have a good security and at the moment I feel they have enough to be quite serene. We have Manchester City in front of us but if you look behind us it is tight as well, so the important thing is to win our games. Chelsea have too much security.”

 

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Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini was in a delighted mood after his side cruised to a 3-0 win over West Bromwich Albion, to strengthen their position in the Premier League table and heap pressure on Chelsea to perform well in their next games.

The Chilean was quoted telling reporters after the game: "It was a comfortable win because we played with one player more for 89 minutes. Today we defended well and we concentrated well not to allow them to score."

 

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