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Arsenal vs. Hibernian friendly: how to watch, match thread, lineups

Arsenal preseason started last week — yeah, we’re there already. Yesterday, the club started preseason camp in Scotland that will see them play Hibernian today and Rangers on Saturday in friendlies. After that, the Gunners travel to the United States to play Inter Milan and either Everton or Millonarios FC, a Colombian club, for a shot at the coveted Florida Cup. Then, it’s back home for matches against Chelsea and Tottenham at the start of August as a final warmup for the Premier League season, which opens with Arsenal against newly-promoted Brentford on August 13th.
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Inter Agree Personal Terms With Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, Italian Media Report

Inter have agreed on personal terms for a contract with Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin, though they have yet to come to an agreement with the Gunners on a move. This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica, who report that the 26-year-old has agreed terms for a four-year contract with the Nerazzurri which would see him earn €3.5 million net per season.
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Chelsea Confirm Details for Arsenal and Spurs Pre-Season Clashes

Chelsea have confirmed the ticketing details for the upcoming pre-season matches against Arsenal and Spurs ahead of the Mind Series Tournament next month. Thomas Tuchel's side will welcome back fans to Stamford Bridge when they face Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday 4 August. Three days prior, they are at the Emirates to face Arsenal as part of the Mind Series, however no Chelsea fans will be allowed access to the Emirates.
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Transfer News LIVE: Youri Tielemans 'pushing for Liverpool move' as Arsenal up their pursuit for Ruben Neves and Borussia Dortmund stand firm on Erling Haaland - all the deals as they happen in the Premier League and Europe

The summer transfer window is alive and kicking as clubs throughout Europe look to cement their squads ahead of next season following the conclusion of Euro 2020. The future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane will likely take centre stage until the window closes at 11pm BST on August 31, but there are still plenty of stars futures' at other Premier League clubs and across the continent to be sorted out over the next seven weeks.
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