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The end of an era: just what happened to Spain?

The system no longer works This is yet another example that shows that the ‘tiki-taka’ system perfected by Spain and Barcelona is no longer a winning formula. Over the past few years, sides that deploy this system have been overtaken by those with pace, power and athleticism – something Chile had in droves. Whether it was Barcelona being trounced 7-0

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How to solve a problem like Fabregas

Another summer, another slew of Cesc Fabregas rumours. While Manchester United's ill-fated and frankly hilarious pursuit last summer ended in failure and a reassessment of goals for David Moyes, there was a question over whether Fabregas was available at all. This year however, all the sounds coming out of Barcelona, including those of Luis Enrique, suggest that Barcelona are finally

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  • Arsene Wenger will reignite his interest in Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier this month, having reportedly failed with a bid last summer.
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    Liam Prenderville, Mirror Football

  • Arsenal remain the favourite to sign German winger Julian Draxler. The Schalke star has a 45 million euro release clause.
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    Jan Aage Fjortoft

  • Arsène Wenger has hinted that Arsenal might be in the market for Bayern Munich's Mario Mandzukic, especially now that Theo Walcott is out injured for the rest of the season.
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    Jacob Steinberg, The Guardian

  • Arsenal are in late stage talks with Barcelona as Arsene Wenger seeks to secure a deal to sign Spanish international attacker Pedro for £24 million
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    Christian Bailey, Caught Offside

  • Arsenal are readying a move for Reading keeper Alex McCarthy. The 24 year old Royals custodian is seen by Arsene Wenger as a better back-up option to Wojciech Szczesny than Lukasz Fabianski.
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    The Newshound, Caught Offside