6am Arsenal news: Ex-Gunners forward’s emotional tribute, Bayern want Ramsey and Pepe would cost £72m

BAYERN MUNICH are monitoring Aaron Ramsey’s situation as he prepares to make a decision on his future.

Read on for all this plus more gossip and the latest news from the Emirates.

Bayern Munich are keeping tabs on Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey who is set to leave next summer
Bayern Munich are keeping tabs on Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey who is set to leave next summer


EX-ARSENAL forward Theo Walcott appeared to pay tribute to his grandad by pointing to the sky when he celebrated his goal against Tottenham.

The 29-year-old ended a run of 14 Premier League games without a goal to give Everton an early lead.


BAYERN MUNICH are reportedly monitoring Aaron Ramsey – who is set to make a decision on his future in the coming weeks.

The Arsenal midfielder, 27, is expected to leave at the end of the season when his contract expires after 10 years in North London.


LILLE have told the Gunners they will need to break their transfer record if they want to sign Nicolas Pepe.

Arsenal have been heavily linked with the Frenchman – but the French side’s chief Luis Campos has slapped a £72m price tag on his superstar.


LILLE chief Luis Campos has slapped a £72million price-tag on Arsenal target Nicolas Pepe.

Boss Unai Emery will need to smash the club’s transfer record if they are to land the talented Frenchman.


ISTANBUL BASAKSEHIR are a shock interested party as rumours of Mesut Ozil leaving continue.

The Turkish side already have ex-Arsenal stars Gael Clichy and Emmanuel Adebayor in their midst – but now hope to beat Real Madrid and Inter Milan for his signature.


ARSENAL fans were left infuriated after Match of the Day left out two incidents involving Burnley’s Ashley Barnes.

The Gunners were 3-1 winners, but supporters felt the Clarets striker should have been shown a red during the game.


ARSENAL face an injury crisis ahead of festive fixtures against Brighton and Liverpool.

Nacho Monreal was the latest Gunners defender to go down injured ahead of a packed Premier League schedule with a muscle strain against Burnley yesterday.


ARSENAL survived a Burnley fightback as Mesut Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returned to form.

Ozil had missed the Carabao Cup defeat by Spurs for “tactical reasons” but played a big part in setting up Aubameyang for the opening goal.


UNAI EMERY clashed with Sean Dyche on the Emirates touchline today as the Burnley boss accused Arsenal players of diving.

Dyche was left fuming after a series of decisions appeared to go the way of the hosts during the Gunners’ 3-1 victory.


WHEN Arsenal completed the £7million signing of Matteo Guendouzi in the summer, it was a deal which slipped very much under the Emirates radar.

The club had just announced the arrival of Uruguayan World Cup star Lucas Torreira so few were paying much attention to an unknown kid from the French second division.

They certainly weren’t expecting the 19-year-old rookie to become one of the key players of the Unai Emery era.


IT took just 13 minutes for Mesut Ozil to show his class as Arsenal took the lead against Burnley.

The German was handed the captain’s armband by Unai Emery after being left out of the squad in the defeat to Tottenham midweek.


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