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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Aubameyang out vs Saints, Tiereny doubtful, Grealish ‘too big for club’, Draxler for Guendouzi, Odegaard at training ground

Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Aubameyang out vs Saints, Tiereny doubtful, Grealish ‘too big for club’, Draxler for Guendouzi, Odegaard at training ground

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talkSPORT brings you the latest Arsenal transfer news, gossip and rumours with the transfer window now in full swing. The Gunners are unbeaten in the Premier League since December 19 but suffered disappointment in the FA Cup over the weekend, losing to Southampton. Mesut Ozil is finally gone – signing for Fenerbahce after having his contract cancelled – while Martin Odegaard is set to join this week. Follow our latest Arsenal updates below… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
Wolves 1-1 Southampton: Theo Walcott’s first goal since rejoining Saints earns draw

Wolves 1-1 Southampton: Theo Walcott’s first goal since rejoining Saints earns draw

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Southampton missed the chance to go third in the Premier League as Theo Walcott's first goal since rejoining the club was only enough for a draw at Wolves.Saints had looked on course for victory when Walcott steered in Che Adams' cross - his first Premier League goal for the club since December 2005.However, Pedro Neto levelled for the hosts, following up Raul Jimenez's low drive after it cannoned back off the left post.Ralph Hasenhuttl's side remain fifth, while Wolves move up three places to ninth.More to follow.helpHow to playRate players out of 10 throughout or after the game. The rater will close 30 minutes after the final whistle.Rating range key1 = Give it up10 = Pure perfectionWolverhampton WanderersStarting XISquad number11Player nameRui PatrícioAverage rating6.57Squad number22Pla...
Saints rule out Michael Thomas, Marquez Callaway vs. Bears

Saints rule out Michael Thomas, Marquez Callaway vs. Bears

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Oct. 30 (UPI) -- The New Orleans Saints on Friday ruled out wide receivers Michael Thomas and Marquez Callaway for the team's Week 8 matchup against the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Emmanuel Sanders, who remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list, also will miss the game, leaving the Saints without three of their top receivers this week. Advertisement All three players could return as early as next week for the Saints' showdown with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday Night Football. Thomas has been sidelined since Week 1 due to a high ankle sprain, a suspension by the team and a hamstring injury that he suffered last week. According to the team's final injury report, he returned to practice and was a limited participant both Thursday and Friday. Meanwhile, Callaway sustained an ankle injury during ...
NFL playoffs: Minnesota Vikings stun New Orleans Saints in overtime

NFL playoffs: Minnesota Vikings stun New Orleans Saints in overtime

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Jan. 5 (UPI) -- The Minnesota Vikings handed New Orleans another disappointing playoff loss, stunning the Saints 26-20 in overtime during Sunday's NFC wild-card matchup at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Kirk Cousins found tight end Kyle Rudolph in the back of the end zone in overtime for the game-winning touchdown. The Vikings will play the top-seeded San Francisco 49ers on Saturday in the divisional round. It marked the second consecutive time the Saints' season ended in overtime in the Superdome. New Orleans' early exit at the hands of the Vikings came almost a year after the Saints lost in the NFC title game to the Los Angeles Rams. Vikings tailback Dalvin Cook recorded 130 yards from scrimmage and notched two touchdowns on the ground. Cousins completed 19-of-31 passes for 242 yards and...
Man City v Southampton: Saints ‘incredible professionals’ – Pep Guardiola

Man City v Southampton: Saints ‘incredible professionals’ – Pep Guardiola

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The Southampton players who lost 9-0 at home to Leicester City on Friday are "incredible professionals", says Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.Saints travel to Etihad Stadium in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday and again in the Premier League on Saturday, their first games since the record-equalling loss."I am not going to judge them on that or prepare to play against them based on what happened against Leicester," added Guardiola. "They will try to do their best."Southampton's players and coaching staff have already donated a day's wages to charity following the heaviest defeat in their 134-year history.Going into Tuesday's last-16 EFL Cup tie (19:45 GMT kick-off), City boast the Premier Leag...