Alawar loan-to-buy offer, Saka injury update, Joao Felix responds to Gunners Instagram post

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Arsenal crushed West Bromwich Albion 6-0 at Hawthorne last night to qualify for the third round of the Carabao Cup.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returned from the Covid setback and scored an amazing hat-trick.

Nicolas Pepe, Alexandre Lacazette and Bukayo Saka scored the other goals as Arsenal avoided defeat for the first time this season.

The North London team got a positive tie after the match, as the Wimbledon Asian Football Championship was chosen to face Arsenal in the Emirates in the third round.

Earlier in the day coach Edu and Mikel Arteta both appeared under great pressure to save their jobs.

Arteta admitted after the match that Arsenal could still do business before the transfer window closed.

And it looks like Willian could be one of the first players to walk out the door with his hard-working agent Kia Joorabchian moving to Corinthians in Brazil.

Jack Wilshere has finally admitted that he is considering retirement at only 29.

Wilshere admitted that he had considered a move to coaching, and had not given up hope of finding the right club – and it could be abroad.

The Londoner admits his difficult record with injuries over the years may put English clubs off, and feels he could be given a fairer break from a whip in another country.

In a revealing interview with The Athletic, the 34-game England international explained: “I’ve said before that I’m open to traveling abroad. In fact, I would probably like to go abroad. I want to try something different. I think it will be useful to me, For my life, for my family.

“Have a fresh start in a place where people, clubs, and fans don’t think, ‘Oh, that’s Jack Wilshere. He will get injured today”, or “He will play five games and that’s it… a waste of investment.”

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