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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mesut Ozil will let Arsenal contract run out in search of Man United move

Steve Nicol says Arsenal would be opting for mediocrity if Arsene Wenger considers dropping Mesut Ozil.

Deadline day has come and gone, and all the latest deals and potential deals can be found here, but there's plenty brewing in the market as clubs begin to look toward January.

Ozil to swap Arsenal for Man United

With all the noise surrounding Alexis Sanchez's protracted efforts to leave Arsenal this summer, the future of teammate Mesut Ozil -- who is in a similar contract situation -- flew somewhat under the radar during the latest transfer window. But that doesn't mean the Germany...

 By PA Sport

Burnley's Sean Dyche wants increased punishments for diving

Sean Dyche elaborates on how Burnley were just aggressive enough to control the game, but stay solid defensively.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche called for a review of diving protocols after Huddersfield's Rajiv van La Parra took an "unacceptable" tumble in pursuit of a penalty.

Both sides walked away with a point after gritting their teeth for a goalless draw at Turf Moor but the Terriers might have won it had referee Christopher Kavanagh been taken in when Van La Parra hit the turf after instigating contact with Matt Lowton.

Town boss David Wagner accepted the Dutchman was deserving of both his booking and a fine,...

Kieran Gibbs' Arsenal exit hurt more than Oxlade-Chamberlain's - Wenger

As debate swirls around Arsene Wenger's team selections, Paul Mariner gives us his preferred Arsenal starting XI.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger says losing Kieran Gibbs this summer hurt more than the departure of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Gibbs left Arsenal after 13 years at the club to join West Brom and could come up against his former club on Monday when the Baggies visit the Emirates.

While it was a mutual decision for Gibbs to move, Wenger said his exit was more painful than Oxlade- Chamberlain's to Liverpool since the left-back had been at the club for such a long time.

"Yes [it hurts when such players leave]...