Carlo Ancelotti wants Arsenal job, Ronald Koeman confirms Olivier Giroud approach & other top stories this morning
Carlo Ancelotti has decided to remain a free agent for the rest of the season after being Bayern exit but would be willing to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal if offered the job.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman confirmed they were very close to signing Olivier Giroud: "We thought we had Olivier Giroud and that didn’t happen.”
Arsenal announced the completion of a brand new sensory room ahead of this weekend’s Arsenal for Everyone matchday on Sunday. The new facility, which contains a range of sensory tools and games, will give fans with profound special needs the opportunity to enjoy matches with their families and carers at Emirates Stadium - in some cases for the first time.
Brighton's David Propper dreams to come true against Arsenal. It will be a case of following in the footsteps of his idol, Dennis Bergkamp, the legendary Gunner who played his one and only game there on the day The Emirates opened for business 11 years ago. Propper was living that dream long before joined the PL new boys from PSV Eindhoven.
PSG are set to offer Alexis Sanchez a £10million bonus if he signs a pre-contract agreement in January.
"I'm not surprised by Arsene's comments": Wales manager Chris Coleman backs Arsene Wenger's declaration that Aaron Ramsey could be the next Arsenal captain.