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TRANSFER TWIST: Colombian ace Radamel Falcao headed for Man Utd, NOT City, for €65m

According to one South American journalist, Falcao's next destination will not be the Etihad, but Old Trafford, penning a four-year deal with the Red Devils

TRANSFER SPECULATION: Premier League side look to make last-minute swoop for Falcao

Falcao's move to Real Madrid could be a no-go as the Premier League giants are pushing to snatch him before deadline day.

LIVE stream: Leicester City vs Arsenal online, on TV on Aug. 31 – Team sheets & time

Without a victory in the Premier League, Arsenal will want to keep the Foxes winless. Watch this Premier League match live on TV and online.

Arsenal to hijack Chelsea's Remy deal as the Gunners ALSO trigger his £8m release clause

Wenger looks to scupper Jose Mourinho's move for Loic Remy after the French manager triggered the QPR striker's release clause with a last minute £8m bid for the 27-year-old

TRANSFER: Barca youngster Munir El-Haddadi on Arsenal's radar

Wenger looks to rob Barca of one of their hottest talents, 18-year-old attacker Munir El-Haddadi, dubbed "the next Messi"

TRANSFER: Van Gaal eyeing move for £24m-rated Arsenal target William Carvalho

Manchester United look to beat the Gunners to the signature of the highly-rated Sporting Lisbon ace William Carvalho

CONFIRMED: Arsenal's Giroud out until next year with injury

Arsenal have confirmed that the French striker will be out for a long recuperating period.

Deportes Telemundo presents: "Futbol Estelar: La Liga Premier," Leicester City vs Arsenal

Leicester City seeks its first victory in the championship against an Arsenal undefeated in its first two games, this Sunday, August 31 at 10:55AM/9:55C/7:55PT on Telemundo

Hero Alexis Sanchez praised as Arsenal qualify for 2014/15 Champions League draw

Alexis Sanchez was the hero of the night after scoring the only goal just before the half-time whistle.

Manuel Almunia forced to retire from football due to a heart condition

The former Arsenal player had recently signed with Italian side Cagliari, but was forced to retire after a heart problem was discovered in his physical tests.

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