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Manchester City and Arsenal to re-open talks over Alexis, Sterling swap

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says it never crossed his mind to swap Raheem Sterling for Alexis Sanchez.

Deadline day has come and gone, and all the latest deals and potential deals can be found here, but there's plenty brewing in the market as clubs begin to look toward January.

Sanchez-Sterling mega swap back on for January

As the summer transfer window entered its final hours, speculation broke that Manchester City were prepared to sacrifice Raheem Sterling to acquire Alexis Sanchez in a swap deal. The Gunners refused to sell the Chilean in the end after failing to line up a replacement, but...

 By Tom Adams

Alexis Sanchez-Theo Walcott enough as Arsenal squeak by Doncaster

Theo Walcott's first-half goal was just enough for Arsenal to get past League One's Doncaster Rovers.
Carabao Cup: Theo Walcott (25') Arsenal 1-0 Doncaster

A Theo Walcott goal was enough to put Arsenal into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup, but it was an increasingly nervy evening against Doncaster Rovers, as they won 1-0.

Walcott scored after 25 minutes, collecting an Alexis Sanchez ball into the box and prodding past the keeper. Arsenal had plenty of opportunities to extend their lead, with Olivier Giroud hitting the bar and wasting a hatful of chances.

League One Doncaster never really looked like scoring, but some late pressure made for an unnecessarily...

Is Danny Welbeck the latest victim of Arsenal's injury curse?

Craig Burley reacts to claims that Arsenal should operate without Sanchez and Ozil, saying one of the two is expendable.

It's difficult not to feel sorry for Danny Welbeck. A three-week layoff with a muscle injury doesn't normally elicit too much sympathy as it's something most footballers deal with now and again, but in Welbeck's case it's a blow that seems more significant.

Not only because his last two seasons were ruined by far more serious knee injuries. And not just because he was in great form in the opening five games of the Premier League season -- leading the Gunners with three goals -- and could struggle...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League clubs' second XIs: How does Arsenal's depth measure up?

Jack Wilshere training
Jack Wilshere would shore up Arsenal's midfield options in their second XI.

With plenty of football to play before now and the end of the season, the top Premier League clubs will need to dig deep to stay in the hunt for major trophies. But which of them has the best reserve list to call upon outside the starting XI?

At Arsenal, although they great depth in attack this season, they look unusually thin elsewhere, with the wing-back positions especially vulnerable to injuries.

Click here to see how Arsenal's second XI would look and how they would fare.

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From phenom to oft-injured fringe player, the stages of Wilshere's career

Stewart Robson breaks down how Arsenal managed to keep Chelsea at bay and keep a clean sheet at Stamford Bridge.
Steve Nicol says Arsenal would be opting for mediocrity if Arsene Wenger considers dropping Mesut Ozil.

This article first appeared on ESPN FC on July 28 and has been edited.

Jack Wilshere is back in contention for a first-team place at Arsenal after the leg fracture that prematurely ended his season-long loan at Bournemouth. Whether he can cement his place, however, is a subject of serious speculation.

A chance in the Carabao Cup may mean that the next few weeks are a vital juncture in the career of a 25-year-old who once looked to have it all. 

Jewel of the Emirates

At Blackburn Rovers'...

Man United to beat Man City to Alexis Sanchez with £25m signing-on bonus

Craig Burley reacts to claims that Arsenal should operate without Sanchez and Ozil, saying one of the two is expendable.

Deadline day has come and gone, and all the latest deals and potential deals can be found here, but there's plenty brewing in the market as clubs begin to look toward January.

United aim to snatch Alexis Sanchez from City

Manchester United are aiming to hijack Manchester City's move for Alexis Sanchez by offering the Chilean a £25 million signing-on fee, the Sun reported.

The Arsenal star was close to joining up again with Pep Guardiola this summer in a £60 million deal, but the Gunners...