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EPL: I don’t see where he fit in – Campbell warns Arsenal against signing Real Madrid star

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Former Arsenal striker, Kevin Campbell, has advised the club against signing Real Madrid star Marco Asensio this summer, insisting that he doesn’t see where he is going to fit in at the Gunners.

Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, is on the lookout for attacking reinforcements for his team, who faltered in the latter stages of the Premier League last season.

Arteta’s side finished fourth in the league, having been in pole position to claim the fourth spot and qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 2016.

But Campbell believes Arteta should not go in for Asensio, 26, this summer as he believes they already possess options in his position.

Asked if Arteta was a necessary signing given the likes of Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith-Rowe and Martin Odegaard being at Arsenal, Campbell told Football Insider, “Not really. I don’t see much sense in that one if I am honest.

“Asensio is a very good player. He has been an excellent squad player at Real Madrid. Whenever he has come in, he has done a job. He has not let anybody down.”

He added: “He knows where the goal is and has a sweet left foot. I don’t see where he is going to fit in at Arsenal, though. For me, that one will amount to nothing more. I can’t see him coming.”

EPL: I don’t see where he fit in – Campbell warns Arsenal against signing Real Madrid star

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Aubameyang wins league title despite playing just 8 minutes

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Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has become a league champion this season.

This is despite the Gabon international playing just eight minutes of football.

Aubameyang was recognised as part of LaLiga champions Barcelona’s title-winning squad despite the former Borussia Dortmund star being a Chelsea player since last summer.

The Catalans were handed the Spanish top-flight title on Sunday after a 4-2 win at Espanyol.

The African star was part of Xavi’s side at the very start of the season before he joined Chelsea and came off the bench for a late cameo in their opening game against Rayo Vallecano.

In the top flight of English football, players need to have made a minimum of five league appearances to be considered a member of the title-winning squad.

But in Spain and elsewhere in Europe that is not the case, meaning that Aubameyang’s eight minutes game for Barca are all he needed to be crowned a champion this term.

Aubameyang has endured a dreadful season at Stamford Bridge, having scored just three goals in 21 appearances.

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Messi’s replacement: PSG to sign Arsenal star for €65m

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Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly set sights on signing Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard as Lionel Messi’s replacement.

As per a report in El Nacional, PSG are keen on signing Odegaard following his impressive season with Arsenal as Messi’s future with the French Ligue 1 champions is at the moment unclear.

The Parisians have been keeping tabs on the former Real Madrid midfielder and have decided to make a €65 million move to bring him to France.

PSG will have to battle Bayern Munich, who are also interested in Odegaard.

The report added that Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel is also a big fan of the Norway international and has asked the Bundesliga champions to make a move.

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Torres vs Arbeloa: What ex-Liverpool teammates told each other during clash

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Former Liverpool teammates, Fernando Torres, and Alvaro Arbeloa, were involved in an on-pitch argument during Atletico Madrid Juvenil’s cup clash against Real Madrid on Sunday.

Torres’ Atletico Madrid side were knocked out of Division de Honor Juvenil after losing 4-2 aggregate against Real Madrid.

During the second leg of the last-eight encounter, Torres got involved in a serious verbal altercation with Arbeloa.

Due to the duo’s war of words, the referee was forced to intervene as Arbeloa was shown a yellow card while Torres was waved a red card.

However, according to Relevo, Torres threatened to hit Arbeloa.

The former Chelsea striker said: “I will blow your head off!”

Arbeloa responded: “Start whenever you want.”

Torres and Arbeloa played together at Liverpool between 2007 and 2009.

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