2019/20

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Havard NielsenF DusseldorfUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Hans Nunoo SarpeiStuttgartUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Paul SeguinWolfsburgUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Mergim MavrajIngolstadtUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Branimir HrgotaE FrankfurtUnknown07 Aug, 2019
Elias AbouchabakaRB LeipzigUnknown17 Aug, 2019
Total: £0

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Richard MagyarHammarbyUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Dominik SchadKaiserslauternUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Mario MalocaLechia GdanskUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Manuel Torres JimenezAEL Limassol01 Jul, 2019
Jurgen GjasulaFC MagdeburgUnknown01 Jul, 2019
Lukas GugganigOsnabruckUnknown05 Jul, 2019
Christian DerflingerSV RodinghausenUnknown01 Aug, 2019
Matti LangerChemnitzerUnknown01 Aug, 2019
Timo KonigsmannW MannheimUnknown01 Aug, 2019
Patrick SontheimerWurz. KickersUnknown09 Aug, 2019
Total: £0

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
Marvin StefaniakApollon Smyrni01 Jul, 2019

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
None

Players released

PLAYERDATE
None
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Match in Focus

20:00 Mo 21Oct SKY

Sheff Utd v Arsenal

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have won five of their last six matches
Expert verdict
Some Arsenal supporters are not happy with Unai Emery’s tactics but the Gunners are third in the Premier League after eight matches and can maintain their upward trajectory by beating Sheffield United. The visitors have lost only one match in all competitions this season and should continue to improve with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both fit again after injury. They haven’t always been brilliant but Arsenal tend to get the job done. Sheffield United held firm for 70 minutes against Liverpool and have proved hard to break down, but they have lost four of their last five home matches in all competitions.