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Arsenal have come a long way, says Arteta

May 20 (Reuters) - Arsenal's hopes of finishing in the top four are hanging by a thread but manager Mikel Arteta believes his young side have made great strides in a challenging season. A 2-0 defeat by Newcastle United on Monday left Arsenal in fifth place and needing to beat...
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Report – PSG keen to beat Arsenal to Brazilian midfielder

Arsenal and PSG are vying for the signature of Palmeiras’ Danilo, and it is a battle that will go on for some time. The Brazilian midfielder has caught the attention of top European clubs recently, and he looks set to become his country’s next export to the continent.
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No hangover next season if Arsenal miss out on Champions League, insists Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta is confident Arsenal will not suffer a hangover next season if they miss out on Champions League qualification this weekend.The Gunners host Everton on Sunday knowing even an emphatic victory will not be enough to clinch fourth spot in the Premier League if rivals Tottenham claim the point they require away to already-relegated Norwich.Arsenal appeared in the driving seat following key wins over Chelsea and Manchester United last month but back-to-back defeats to Spurs and Newcastle mean they look set to settle for fifth in the table.It would still represent progress following consecutive eighth-place finishes, but a warning...
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Mikel Arteta not giving up on Arsenal beating Tottenham to top-four finish

Mikel Arteta remains confident he can get Arsenal back challenging the top teams regardless of where they finish this season, but insists he has not given up hope of securing Champions League football.Consecutive defeats to Tottenham and Newcastle have left the Gunners requiring a large helping hand from already-relegated Norwich on the last day to give them any chance of claiming a top-four finish.A point for Spurs at Carrow Road on Sunday would secure them a place in the Champions League, but if they were to lose and Arsenal could beat Everton, it would be Arteta’s side who would trump...
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Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema signs contract extension, rejects Barcelona and PSG interest

Arsenal and Netherlands forward Vivianne Miedema has rejected interest from Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain to sign a new contract with the north London club. The Women's Super League 2021-22 Golden Boot runner-up had reportedly held talks with several top European clubs with her contract due to expire this summer. However, Arsenal have announced that she has opted to stay in England.
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Vivianne Miedema: ‘I’m staying at Arsenal – but we have to do better’

After months of speculation Vivianne Miedema has signed a new contract with Arsenal despite being able to leave on a free in the summer. Here she explains why …. You are an ambitious person but in five seasons at Arsenal you won the league only once and all the big clubs were after you. Why did you decide to stay? I’ve been in talks with several big clubs in Europe, that’s right. From Spain, France, England. I want to be part of a team that is experiencing a certain growth. Five years ago I came to Arsenal because I wanted to help that club move up. Once we won the league and in the past few years we have been close. Last season we were in the running until the last day, but Chelsea won it in the end. I said to Arsenal that we have to develop further and really have to win titles. If not, I’ll have to take another step. I will be 26 in a year so there are still many opportunities. But my focus is now completely on Arsenal.
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