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Lacazette praises Auba, believes bond with him will help get good results

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Lacazette praises Auba, believes bond with him will help get good results

Alexandre Lacazette believes his friendship with Aubameyang will continue to pay dividends for Arsenal after he fired them to victory against Cardiff City on Sunday.

Lacazette put the ball past Neil Etheridge to seal a 3-2 triumph nine minutes to the end of the match, after having assisted a wonderful goal by Aubameyang, as the duo rewarded coach Unai Emery’s decision to start them together for the first time this season.

The arrival of Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund in January relegated Lacazette to the bench last season.

But that has not stopped them from clicking on a personal level and the front line of Emery has worked better every time both men have featured together.

If we are well off the field, it is easier for us to play on the field, Lacazette told Sky Sports after a man of the match performance.

For me, it was important to start well. I wanted to show the coach that I can be in the first 11.

I think I did it and I’m happy, the Frenchman added.

Arsenal goes into the international recess with consecutive victories after their slow start to the season, where a trip to Chelsea followed an opening weekend showdown with the champions, City.

We wanted to make the most of the opportunity we had today, midfielder Aaron Ramsey told Sky Sports, having seen Cardiff come back twice in an end to end encounter.

We had a difficult start against Manchester City and Chelsea, but we have recovered well, the crowd here is excellent and we have done well to overcome that.

Ramsey became known while playing at childhood club, Cardiff and added: It’s always emotional, I love coming back here and playing on this pitch in front of those fans.

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Transfer News: Liverpool prepared to offer €50m to beat Arsenal to transfer of agitated star

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Transfer News: Liverpool prepared to offer €50m to beat Arsenal to transfer of agitated star

Liverpool are supposedly prepared to beat Arsenal to the transfer of James Rodriguez this summer as his future looks uncertain to remain in Germany.

The Colombia playmaker countenances a precarious circumstance this summer as loan club Bayern Munich would prefer not to keep him and parent club Real Madrid appear to plan get rid of him.

Furthermore, as indicated by Don Balon, this has sparked serious interest from Liverpool, who hope to have pushed ahead of Arsenal and other potential suitors in the race for his signature and who are prepared to pay €50million for him.

Rodriguez could be a valuable addition for Liverpool, with Don Balon taking note of that he may well replace Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in Jurgen Klopp’s squad after the England international’s difficult time with injuries.

This appears an unexpected move as Oxlade-Chamberlain has shone at whatever point he’s been used by the Reds, however it could also merit getting somebody more reliable.

James Rodriguez is a supposed transfer target for Liverpool

The report proposes, be that as it may, that Rodriguez himself isn’t entirely confident about a move to Anfield over worries about whether he’d be first choice all the time.

Arsenal may be a superior fit for him in such manner as they look more needing improving their current choices around that area on the pitch, however the Gunners might not have Champions League football to offer the 27-year-old next season.

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Deal PREPARED : Arsenal become new top choices to seal transfer of River Plate star to replace Aaron

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Deal PREPARED: Arsenal become new top choices to seal transfer of River Plate star to replace Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal are apparently rising as the new top picks to seal the transfer of highly rated young River Plate midfielder Exequiel Palacios.

The 20-year-old is viewed as an big talent and looks set for a promising career at the top level, with the Emirates Stadium looking like being his next goal.

This is regardless of Real Madrid having recently agreed a deal to sign Palacios before Zinedine Zidane decided against the deal, as indicated by Radio Continental, as interpreted by the Metro.

The report clarifies that Palacios could join for as low as £18million as that is the estimation of his release clause in his River Plate contract.

Arsenal could without a doubt to have no problem paying that amount, and could truly profit by getting the Argentina international after the blow of losing key midfielder Aaron Ramsey to Juventus this summer.

Palacios looks a comparable style of box to box player who could sparkle Unai Emery’s side in the near future.

In what likely could be a tranquil summer for Arsenal, this appears to be one of the exciting rumours involving the north London club to emerge up until now.

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Ex-Gunner Sets Sights On Injury Return

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Ex-Gunner Sets Sights On Injury Return

Former Arsenal player Jack Wilshere has set a target for himself as he bids to return from the injury that has kept him out of action since last year.

Jack Wilshere plays his club football for East London giants West Ham United and he’s in his first season at the club.

The former Arsenal player has battled with several injury problems this season and that has limited to a few appearances in his first season at West Ham United.

Jack Wilshere told Sky Sports that his target is to return to action between now and May when the current season ends.

He has made just five appearances for the Hammers this term having been injured for the better part of the last six months.

Wilshere has been missing in action for the Hammers since he picked up an ankle injury in December.

The England international joined West Ham United as a free agent last summer after his Arsenal contract came to an end.

On his Arsenal exit, Jack Wilshere revealed that he made the decision to leave the club after holding a discussion with Gunners boss Unai Emery who replaced legendary manager Arsene Wenger at the start of the season.

Unai Emery was handed a three-year contract at the club.

Jack Wilshere has been at Arsenal since he was a teenager before he made the decision to leave the club and join the Hammers last summer.

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