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Arsenal latest news and transfer update: Arteta on Saliba’s Arsenal future, five players set to leave in 24 hours, how the club could line up with Thomas Partey and more

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Mikel Arteta confirms William Saliba’s Arsenal future amid loan rumours

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has spoken out on William Saliba amid speculations linking him with a loan move. Saliba spent the previous season on loan at Saint Etienne.

Since returning to Arsenal, Saliba has yet to make an appearance this season.

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Five players that could leave Arsenal in next 24 hours as club trims squad

Arsenal could see five players leaving the Emirates Stadium before the domestic transfer deadline.

The Gunners have enjoyed an impressive transfer window, bringing new fresh players, while it could force several ones to find their playing time limited at the team.

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Press conference: Mikel Arteta on Manchester City, Thomas Partey, Kieran Tierney

Arsenal are preparing to face Manchester City on Saturday, October 17.

Ahead of the game, Mikel Arteta gave a press conference and spoke out on Thomas Partey, City and more.

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How Arsenal will lineup with Thomas Partey after deadline day transfer is secured

Arsenal secured the signing of Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid on the transfer deadline day. Partey left Atletico after having played 188 games during the 6 seasons at La Liga side.

So let’s see how the Gunners could lineup with Partey, have taken a look.

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Thomas Partey rates Arsenal’s Premier League title chances

Arsenal make Jack Wilshere decision as star looking for next club after West Ham exit

Arsenal will not look to re-sign Jack Wilshere. Wilshere played for the Gunners from 2008 to 2018 and then he joined West Ham.

Having made just 19 appearances for the Hammers, Wilshere’s contract was terminated one year earlier this week. Now the 28-year-old is in search for a new club.

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