- Sat Sep 9 11:01 PM
Lemar to sign five-year deal at Arsenal, Coutinho hurt by Barcelona, Atletico meet with Chelsea over Costa, plus more.
- Sat Sep 9 7:04 PM
Alexis Sanchez will "win the fans back quickly" after playing for Arsenal for the first time since nearly leaving, says Arsene Wenger.
- Sat Sep 9 5:39 PM
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Alexis Sanchez has been working hard, despite starting on the bench, and insists he is very focused after speaking with him.
- Sat Sep 9 5:25 PM
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe says his side's 3-0 defeat away against Arsenal is a "real disappointment" as his side endure a fourth successive defeat.
- Sat Sep 9 2:55 PM
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Arsenal and Bournemouth.
- Fri Sep 8 10:30 PM
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says there was "zero chance" the club would have let Raheem Sterling
- Fri Sep 8 5:16 PM
Pep Guardiola says there was "zero chance" Man City would have used Raheem Sterling
as part of any deal to sign Alexis Sanchez.
- Fri Sep 8 5:04 PM
Manchester United will win the title while Arsenal have no chance - BBC Sport readers pick their final Premier League table.
- Thu Sep 7 11:42 PM
Jose Mourinho to discuss contract extension at Manchester United, Arsenal to bid £92m for Thomas Lemar in January, plus more.
- Thu Sep 7 10:30 PM
Arsene Wenger questions whether Uefa's Financial Fair Play rules should be scrapped - saying clubs are currently "not respecting" them.
- Thu Sep 7 1:05 PM
Alexis Sanchez will have no problems reproducing his best form for Arsenal after an "uncomfortable" transfer window, says manager Arsene Wenger.
- Thu Sep 7 10:01 AM
Alexis Sanchez will reproduce his best form for Arsenal despite an "uncomfortable" transfer window, says manager Arsene Wenger.
- Wed Sep 6 11:21 PM
Mbappe could have joined Arsenal, Man City to make £20m Sanchez bid in January, De Boer has one game to save his job, plus more.
- Wed Sep 6 10:23 PM
Everton should still play Wayne Rooney
despite his arrest for drink-driving, says former Arsenal striker Ian Wright.