Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has ruled himself out of the running to be Arsenal's next manager.
Why not invent a new way to play instead of holding onto the past as a sucky blanket?
Arsenal are reportedly reluctant to spend big on a new manager as they go in search of Emery's successor.
Giovani Lo Celso could move elsewhere in January, when Nemanja Matic could arrive for £15m.
The former Arsenal midfielder took over following the sacking of Unai Emery on Friday.
Has any other striker ever moved to the Premier League with a reputation and a price tag in their prime and succeeded?
Arsenal want a familiar face to replace Unai Emery. Everton are after a boyhood fan.
Pochettino to Arsenal? Not if his mates have anything to do with it. Wait for Man United, man.
Did you know that Freddie Ljungberg "has Arsenal DNA"? Looks like we're getting another Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
It turns out the "noise" was too much for Arsenal long before Unai Emery was eventually pushed out.
Brendan Rodgers is one name being heavily linked with the vacant managerial role at Arsenal.
"It is a very cut throat thing in football and of course players are emotional as well and they will react on that."
Arsenal, Everton, West Ham: each can and should offer Benitez what he wants. But his golden rule is in the way.
The goal celebration is the delectable icing on the football cake. The contrast between McBurnie and Lacazette was stark.
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