2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
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LIVE: Juventus plot Eriksen, Ozil moves

In search of a true No. 10, Juventus weigh winter moves for Christian Eriksen and Mesut Ozil. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Rumour Rater: Auba to Arsenal, Belotti to Atleti, Allegri to Chelsea? (4:13)
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3hMattias Karen

Walcott completes £20m move to Everton

Theo Walcott has completed his £20 million move to Everton, ending a 12-year stint at Arsenal in the hopes of a fresh start under Sam Allardyce.

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6hStephan Uersfeld

Dortmund boss hopes Aubameyang stays

Borussia Dortmund head coach Peter Stoger has said he assumes Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will remain at the club amid interest from Arsenal.

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9hMattias Karen

Lehmann: Penalty calls have hit Arsenal

Former goalkeeper Lehmann told Sport Bild: "We hope this will balance out over the remainder of the season."

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10hIan Holyman

Malcom move merely 'hot air' - Bordeaux

Arsenal have been strongly linked to Malcom, who played in Bordeaux's loss to Caen on Tuesday, with a €50 million transfer fee for the 20-year-old.

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10hMattias Karen

Walcott passes Everton medical - source

After passing his medical, Walcott is set to end his 12-year stint with Arsenal in a £20 million deal that is expected to be announced shortly.

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WATCH: Alexis Sanchez's best moments at Arsenal (1:11)
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Why Aubameyang is unlikely to join Arsenal (2:13)
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A move to Everton the answer for Theo Walcott? (1:04)
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22hESPN staff

UEFA: Sponsorships enlarging financial gap

The financial gap between Europe's biggest clubs and the rest of the continent is increasing because of the growing impact of sponsorships, UEFA says.

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Transfer Rater: Evans to City, Sanchez to Chelsea? (3:37)
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Breaking down the latest from the Alexis Sanchez transfer saga (4:14)
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Wenger called Dean 'not honest,' 'disgrace'

Arsene Wenger barged into the officials' dressing room after Arsenal's draw at West Brom and called referee Mike Dean "not honest" and "a disgrace."

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1dMattias Karen

How would Auba fit in at Arsenal?

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's possible role at Arsenal likely depends on who -- if anyone -- arrives with him during the winter transfer window.

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Mourinho relaxed over Sanchez move (2:04)
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Hammers concern over Carroll to Chelsea

Arsenal's squad could look entirely different come February, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang likely to join and Alexis Sanchez almost certain to leave.

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1dMattias Karen

Everton agree fee for Walcott - sources

Everton and Southampton were battling for Walcott's signature but the Merseyside club moved quickly to meet Arsenal's asking price.

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1dThomas McIlroy, Footballwhispers

Transfer Rater: Gameiro, Obiang, Surman

Theo Walcott to Bournemouth and Kevin Gameiro to Swansea City are two of the day's transfer rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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1dMattias Karen

Arsenal hold Aubameyang talks - sources

Arsenal have held talks with Borussia Dortmund over signing striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but are waiting for Alexis Sanchez to leave first.

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2dESPN staff

Transfer Talk: City pull out of Alexis race

Alexis Sanchez will become the Premier League's top earner at Man United but Henrikh Mkhitaryan isn't keen on Arsenal. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Chelsea suddenly emerging in Sanchez sweepstakes (3:57)
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2dRob Dawson

Mourinho admits Mkhitaryan may leave Utd

Jose Mourinho says Manchester United have "a chance" of signing Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, while admitting Henrikh Mkhitaryan could leave.

2017-18 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City232021+5062
Manchester United231553+3250
Liverpool231382+2647
Chelsea231454+2547
Tottenham Hotspur231355+2544
Arsenal231166+1139
Burnley23977-134
Leicester City23878+231
Everton237610-1327
Watford237511-926
West Ham United236710-1225
Crystal Palace236710-1225
AFC Bournemouth236611-1124
Huddersfield Town236611-2024
Newcastle United236512-1023
Brighton & Hove Albion235810-1223
Southampton234910-1121
Stoke City235513-2720
West Bromwich Albion2331010-1219
Swansea City234514-2117

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference116th
Goals Scored41Tied-5th
Assists31Tied-4th
Goals Conceded30Tied-8th