The Gunners must now beat Burnley on the last day and hope Spurs lose to Everton with an eight-goal swing if they want to take the domestic route to the Champions League.

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  • Samuel StreetMay 7, 20197:35 am

    ARSENAL are set to face competition from Liverpool and Chelsea in their battle to sign Ajax's David Neres.

    The Brazilian was in excellent form in London last week as the Dutch side secured a dominant 1-0 win over Spurs in the Champions League semi-final.

  • James OrrMay 6, 201910:00 pm

    ARSENAL could miss out on Lille winger Nicolas Pepe due to him being too expensive.

    The 23-year-old Ivorian has been one of Unai Emery’s top transfer targets for months.

    But Premier League rivals Manchester United and Chelsea are also keen along with European big guns Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich.

    Arsenal attempted to beat the others in the race for Pepe by making an enquiry for the explosive attacker.

    And France Football have tonight reported the Gunners are still in contact with the Ligue 1 side over a potential summer swoop.

    However, their report added that his £69m price tag would prove to be too much for Arsenal, pricing them out of a deal.

    Pepe has been one of the standout stars in the French top-flight this campaign.

    He has bagged 20 goals and grabbed 11 assists in his 35 games and played a key role in Lille’s charge to second-place in the table.

  • James OrrMay 6, 20198:48 pm

  • James OrrMay 6, 20197:46 pm

    TOTTENHAM are set to battle Arsenal for the signature of Ajax maestro Donny van de Beek in the summer.

    The Dutch midfielder has impressed for the Eredivisie outfit this season – where he starred in the 1-0 win against Spurs in their Champions League clash last week.

    Van de Beek, 22, has chipped in with 16 goals and 12 assists in 54 games this campaign, and could be available for around £45million.

    Arsenal are believed to have monitored him this term, but it is their North London rivals who have moved above them in the race to snare him away fr

    According to the Mirror, the Ajax youth graduate is Spurs' No1 target at the end of the season.

    They claim that Mauricio Pochettino has identified him as the perfect replacement for Christian Eriksen – who has just a year left on his current contract.

    The Danish playmaker has been heavily linked with a switch to Real Madrid in the summer with Zinedine Zidane understood to be a huge admirer of the Holland.

  • Gary StonehouseMay 6, 20195:55 pm

    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR fans were among the thousands sending Aaron Ramsey messages of support after he broke his leg in 2010, he has revealed.

    Ahead of his departure from Arsenal, the Welshman has recalled seeing his leg “at an angle” after a Ryan Shawcross tackle broke both his tibia and fibula.

    At the time, Ramsey was only a teenager still trying to break into the Gunners team and the injury took nine months to overcome.

    Writing on the Arsenal website, Ramsey recalled: “I remember what happened clearly.

    “After the tackle went in I saw that my leg was broken and hanging at an angle. That’s when I was really fearing for the worst.

    “I was still only 19, my leg wasn’t right and I didn’t know what would happen to me next.

    “The medical team ran on to give me gas and air, and then I was in the back of an ambulance.

    “When I was on the way to the hospital, the doctor told me straight away that we would get through this, and that I would get back to where I was. I believed in it, and the medical staff and specialists believed I was able to handle it mentally.

    “They had to move my kneecap aside, put a metal rod through the middle of the bone and attached it with two screws up there.

    “From there the new bone started to grow and then it was just about trusting the medical professionals around me to get me back to fitness.”

    Shawcross was sent off for breaking Ramsey's leg as Arsenal went on to win 3-1 in emotional scenes, Cesc Fabregas and co. clearly affected by their teammate's injury.

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