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Ramsey Warns Juve about Alexis Sanchez’ Threat

Aaron Ramsey claims that Juventus need to be aware of the threat posed by Inter Milan’s Alexis Sanchez when the two teams meet each other on Sunday. This will be the biggest clash of the weekend in the Italian Serie A. Interestingly, Sanchez and Ramsey played with each other during their Arsenal days. The two players were teammates for three years and they picked up two FA Cup trophies together. However, they will be playing on opposite sides this weekend. Due to his knowledge about Sanchez, Ramsey claims that Juventus need to be warned about his presence.

Trippier praises Atletico’s mentality after comeback draw against Juve

Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier has praised the mentality of the team as they came from two goals down to share the spoils against Juventus. The Spanish outfit appeared on course to suffer a defeat during their opening group stage game of the Champions League but they managed to salvage a point after Stefan Savic and Hector Herrera scored in the final 20 minutes.

Juventus sporting director dismisses the prospect of Paulo Dybala leaving the club

Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has dismissed the prospect of Paulo Dybala leaving the Bianconeri despite the speculation over the attacker’s future. The Argentine was linked with both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur before the close of the Premier League transfer window but a deal did not materialise with either team due to issues regarding the image rights.

Jamie O’Hara believes Arsenal are overreacting to the summer transfer business

Former Tottenham Hotspur ace Jamie O’Hara has said that the Arsenal supporters are getting carried away by the signings made by the club this summer. The north London giants have made four signings in Gabriel Martinelli, Daniel Ceballos, William Saliba and Nicolas Pepe this summer and that has got a major section of the club’s faithful excited ahead of the new season.

Speaking to TalkSPORT, O’Hara said that the Gunners may have made meaningful business but they have not overcome the concerns from the previous campaign. He added that Ceballos won’t match up to the abilities of Aaron Ramsey, who has made the switch to Juventus while Pepe remains unproven in the Premier League despite the impressive stats.

Juventus sporting director dismisses the prospect of Paulo Dybala leaving the club

Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has dismissed the prospect of Paulo Dybala leaving the Bianconeri despite the speculation over the attacker’s future. The Argentine was linked with both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur before the close of the Premier League transfer window but a deal did not materialise with either team due to issues regarding the image rights.

As such, Dybala continues to remain in the ranks of the Bianconeri and when asked about the forward’s future, Paratici said that there has been nothing concrete with respect to the player’s potential departure from Turin, he told: ''We are in the market, it is normal that there are interests but to close a deal everyone must agree: club and player. Dybala? It's like all the other players. He is of Juve, and he is a great player, our 10. It is clear that there are speeches that are made for him and also for others. These are speeches that we will deepen and apply to everyone, not just for him."

Pires says Arsenal are already regretting Aaron Ramsey’s exit

Arsenal legend Robert Pires believes the Gunners are already regretting the decision of parting ways with midfielder Aaron Ramsey. The Wales international left the north London side after the expiry of his contract last month and he has now linked up with Juventus, where he has the opportunity to secure regular trophies.

Speaking to Goal.com, Pires said that Ramsey has made the right choice to head to Turin after serving more than a decade with the Gunners. He added that the midfielder will need time to adapt to the new surroundings but he is confident that the Welshman will make valuable contributions in the final third, he said:“He made a really good decision going there. When you change country, you always change your way of playing and you always have to adapt to your new surroundings.”

Lauren urges Arsenal to find a replacement for Aaron Ramsey

Former Arsenal star Lauren has said that Aaron Ramsey was a more influential player for the Gunners than Mesut Ozil and the club should seek to find a replacement for the Wales international. The midfielder had been keen on extending his contract with the north London giants last term, but to the surprise of many fans, the board decided to run down the final year of his deal.

In a report covered by The Star, Lauren said that the departure of Ramsey can be termed as a big loss, given he had the best impact among the attackers at the north London club. He added that the team need to make a big signing in order to cover up the void left by the former Cardiff City graduate.

Sky Sports reporter reveals Arsenal’s transfer plans for the summer

Emery reacts after Europa League quarter-final triumph over Napoli

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has revealed his pleasure after the Gunners progressed to the semi-final stage of the Europa League at Napoli’s expense. The north London side were the better team across both legs and they eventually secured a 3-0 aggregate win to reach the last four of the competition for the second year running.

Speaking after the game, Emery was impressed with the commitment from the team who restricted Napoli from finding the scoresheet across both legs, he said: "I am proud of the players. We started very well. The first half was good because after we scored we continued not to give them opportunities. We defended well in the second half. In the two matches, we can be happy to win against Napoli."

EMERY KEEPS IT TOGETHER

Unai Emery didn’t put the blame of the defeat against Crystal Palace on Shokdran Mustafi whose schoolboy error in the second half of the game resulted in the Gunners conceding a vital goal which proved to be the difference at the end as they lost by a margin of just one goal to a comparatively far weaker opponent.

And this was not the first time in the season that Mustafi made an error like that. His performance in the heart of defense over the course of the season has not helped Arsenal much and once again, the team had to pay for his recklessness.

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