Arsenal boss Wenger chases double deal for Belgian youngsters

Arsenal boss Wenger chases double deal for Belgian youngsters

Published Mar. 19, 2014 5:43 a.m. ET

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Patrice Evra says Manchester United are not used to losing and will make the fans proud when they face Olympiacos in the Champions League this evening.

Arsenal's on-loan Olympiacos winger Joel Campbell insists he is not just out to impress Arsene Wenger tonight when he lines up at Old Trafford.

Aaron Ramsey has become one of Arsenal's top earners after signing a new £100,000-a-week deal, while Santi Cazorla has also pledged his future to the Gunners.


Abou Diaby is set to return to full-time training with Arsenal on April 1 after a devastating knee injury.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told Chelsea and Manchester City he can match their success without having to spend billions of pounds.

Man City reckon strike duo Sergio Aguero and Stevan Jovetic can return in time for a vital week in their title push, including games against Man United and Arsenal.

The future of Leeds and their manager Brian McDermott has been thrown deeper into chaos after prospective owner Massimo Cellino was found guilty of tax evasion.

Liverpool's on-loan forward Fabio Borini claims he will emerge from Sunderland's survival dogfight a more battle-heartened footballer.

David Moyes has vowed to fully return Manchester United to its status as one of the world's leading clubs following the humbling 3-0 defeat against bitter rivals Liverpool.

Asmir Begovic claims he is happy to risk blowing a mega-money move and his World Cup dream to lay it on the line for Stoke.

Vincent Kompany has been cleared to play in the derby against Manchester United as he will face no further action for his explosive KC Stadium exit.

Everton defender Leighton Baines thinks manager Roberto Martinez has to spend big in the summer in order to keep the pace with the Premier League's big boys.

Manchester United midfielder Joe Rothwell, 19, is joining League Two promotion chasers Fleetwood on loan.

Everton are planning a new long-term contract for full-back Seamus Coleman, to fend off interest from Arsenal and the two Manchester clubs.

Liverpool are running the rule over Sporting Lisbon and Argentina defender Marcos Rojo ahead of a potential summer move, according to a Portuguese report.

Arsenal misfit Nicklas Bendtner, who is out of contract in the summer, is looking for a staggering £104,000-a-week from his next club.

Standard Liege striker Michy Batshuayi has put Premier League clubs on notice by revealing that he expects to leave his current club this summer - and that Arsenal is his preferred destination.

Inter Milan midfielder Fredy Guarin will reportedly kill off any potential move to Chelsea by signing a new deal with the Serie A club, according to a report in Italy.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is happy his side have reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League and hopes Manchester United join them.

Fernando Torres could be heading to Italy, after Inter Milan sporting director Piero Ausilio was at Stamford Bridge last night to watch the Spanish striker.

Everton duo John Stones and James McCarthy will be offered new deals at Goodison Park.

Jack Wilshere is still wearing a protective boot, two weeks after breaking his foot against Denmark.

Standard Liege's Michy Batshuayi believes he will ply his trade outside of Belgium next season and has singled out Arsenal as his preferred team, with Everton also interested.

David Moyes insists his job will not be under threat even if Manchester United's disastrous season hits a new low tonight with an exit from the Champions League.

Liverpool have targeted PSV's Belgian forward Zakaria Bakkali, but face competition from Arsenal.

Hull owner Assem Allam has accused the FA of prejudicing his bid to change the club's name.

The future of Leeds has been thrown into more chaos after prospective owner Massimo Cellino was found guilty of tax evasion.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho denied a third triumph in the Champions League is a particular motivation after his side reached the quarter-finals.

Arsenal midfielders Aaron Ramsey and Santi Cazorla follow Tomas Rosicky and Per Mertesacker in extending their contracts with the North London club.

Rangers striker Jon Daly has rejected the complaints of his former club, Dundee United, that holding their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final at Ibrox is a huge advantage to Ally McCoist's side.

Scott Vernon hopes his Scottish League Cup final display will earn him a new Aberdeen contract.

Celtic full-back Adam Matthews admits he was jealous over Aberdeen's Scottish League Cup final victory at Parkhead.

Massimo Cellino, the businessman seeking to take over Leeds, has been ordered to pay a 600,000 euro fine.