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Wednesday September 30 2015
Arsenal still in for Rugani

Arsenal are still tracking Juventus defender Daniele Rugani, according to the latest reports.

The youngster has been repeatedly linked with the Gunners, but the Bianconeri made it clear this summer that he was not for sale.

Arsenal are reportedly undeterred though, with Calciomercato reporting that manager Arsene Wenger sent scouts to watch Rugani play against Slovenia for the Italy Under-21s.

The former Empoli stopper has yet to make his Juve debut, though the website believes that Coach Max Allegri is planning to introduce him slowly.

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Saturday July 25 2015
'Wenger hypocrite with Szczesny'

Polish legend Zibi Boniek reveals Roma target Wojciech Szczesny “had a row with hypocritical Arsene Wenger” and “bad habits” irritated Arsenal.

The goalkeeper is set to join the Giallorossi on loan next week and could fly in for a medical within hours.

“I spoke to Szczesny and I’d be very happy if he came to Roma. He is an experienced goalkeeper, very tall and has good technique,” Boniek told Italian radio.

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Friday July 24 2015
Wenger: ‘Szczesny close to Roma’

Arsene Wenger confirms Wojciech Szczesny is close to joining Roma on loan, but ‘he will have a future’ at Arsenal.

The Polish international has been increasingly linked with the Giallorossi in recent days, with reports this morning that a loan had been agreed.

“We have everyone available,” Wenger told a Press conference as his side prepares for the pre-season Emirates Cup tournament.

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Monday July 13 2015
Wenger: 'Ozil won't join Juventus'

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger slammed Tuttosport claims that Mesut Ozil is interested in a move to Juventus.

The Turin-based paper has been running the report for several days, suggesting new buy Sami Khedira urged his German international teammate to join him.

“Ozil is our player, he will remain our player and he wants to remain our player,” insisted Wenger on their pre-season tour.

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Wednesday May 27 2015
Wenger: ‘Arsenal like Vidal’

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits ‘I like Arturo Vidal’, but says the English club are not ‘in transfer mode’.

The Chilean midfielder has declared his happiness in Turin, but that hasn’t stopped English media linking the Juventus man with a move to the Gunners.

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Thursday April 2 2015
Wenger rubbishes Dybala rumours

Arsenal Coach Arsene Wenger has dismissed claims that he is interested in Palermo's Paulo Dybala - 'Show me the offer'.

Rosanero President Maurizio Zamparini previously said that Arsenal, alongside Juventus, had already made an offer for his star striker.

But the head of the Gunners, speaking in today's Press conference ahead of their game against Liverpool, challenged those statements.

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Wednesday January 14 2015
‘Inter among world’s top 10’

Lukas Podolski discusses former manager Arsene Wenger, his aims with Inter, and why Manuel Neuer didn't win the Ballon d'Or.

The Polish-born striker enjoyed his debut as a starter last Sunday in Inter's 3-1 victory over Genoa, which followed on from a public fall-out with his former manager at Arsenal.

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Friday January 9 2015
Podolski: ‘Wenger disrespected me’

Inter loanee Lukas Podolski claims Arsene Wenger disrespected him, but the Arsenal boss denies this and expects him back in the summer.

The Polish-born striker has joined the Nerazzurri from the Gunners on a six-month loan deal and yesterday expressed delight in his presentation to the media.

However, he also since voiced his displeasure at the way he was treated by his former manager.

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Friday January 2 2015
Podolski to Inter back on

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says that Inter are now ‘more serious’ about buying striker Lukas Podolski, even if ‘nothing is inevitable’.

The Frenchman had dismissed rumours of the Germany international’s transfer to San Siro as ‘a joke’ only three days ago, but he has since backtracked on those words, re-opening speculation.

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Tuesday December 30 2014
Wenger: ‘Inter offer a joke’

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Inter’s offer for Lukas Podolski is ‘a joke’, and hopes the player will stay.

The Nerazzurri are believed to be close to sealing a loan move for the German forward, with representatives from the club meeting with Arsenal in London, and Coach Roberto Mancini admitting an interest.

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