LIVE Arsenal transfer news: Arteta slammed after Liverpool loss, Franck Kessie battle, Pepe and Elneny on the verge of leaving


LIVE Arsenal transfer news: Arteta slammed after Liverpool defeat, Franck Kessie battle, Pepe and Elneny could leave

Arsenal’s winning streak has come to an end following a 4-0 loss to Liverpool.

And after the lopsided defeat at Anfield, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has been slammed by Gunners fan Piers Morgan.

Arsenal are interested in signing Ajax wonderkid Noussair Mazraoui in January, when he may be available for a bargain price.

Meanwhile, Newcastle, Everton, and Crystal Palace have all been linked with £72 million winger Nicolas Pepe.

According to reports, Arsenal has joined rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United in the race to sign AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie.

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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere believes his side can recover from their 4-0 loss to Liverpool.

The Gunners were thrashed by a rampant Reds side, who scored three goals in the second half.

Arsenal’s 10-game unbeaten streak came to an end as a result of the loss.

Former England international Wilshere, on the other hand, put it in context.

“It will hurt in the moment, Liverpool will do that to teams,” he said. “But we can’t get carried away, just like we wouldn’t get carried away and say they’ll win the league if they won today.”


After his side’s 4-0 loss at Anfield, Aaron Ramsdale won’t be too discouraged.

The England goalkeeper put in a strong performance, but he couldn’t stop Liverpool from dismantling Arsenal.

The Gunners’ 10-game unbeaten streak came to an end with this thrashing.

Ramsdale, on the other hand, expressed optimism that his team can go on another long run.

He stated, “We will not have people moping around with their heads bowed.”

“We’ll come in and assess the game… we’ve had a 10-match unbeaten streak, eight of which have been in the league, so hopefully we can continue on that path.”


Mikel Arteta made no apologies for Arsenal’s 4-0 loss at Anfield to Liverpool.

“I’ve seen the best teams in the world come to this ground and collapse,” the Gunners boss said.

“For 96 minutes, they [Liverpool] were better than us, and that is the level.”

Arteta and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp had a heated exchange on the touchline during the first half.

The rivalry seemed to energise the crowd, who cheered on their favorite team.

“He was defending his side, I was defending mine,” the Spaniard said after the game.

That was the end of the conversation.

From the beginning, the atmosphere was fantastic.”


After being thrashed 4-0 by Liverpool on Saturday, Arsenal’s wait for a league victory at Anfield continues.

And they could have lost by even more, possibly by double digits, if it hadn’t been for…

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