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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Aubameyang Juventus on loan, Coutinho LATEST, Kolasinac to Watford

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Mikel Arteta believes playing football without fans again would be a disaster.

He said: “Please don’t go back to play behind closed doors because that’s what we’ve been through and it’s not something we enjoy.

“Football is all about sharing emotions and having fans around the stadiums and when that doesn’t happen it is a completely different sport and the competition is lost.

“If that’s the only way we can go on then of course we’ll have to do it, but it doesn’t look like it.”

Meanwhile, Micah Richards believes Arsenal transfer target Dusan Vlahovic will shine if he moves to the Premier League.

Richards stated: “I followed him a few times.

“He’s lightning. It’s ridiculous. He’s 16 years old 18 [Serie A games] this season.

“His left foot is like a wand. I’m telling you now, he’s everything, he’s all you need.”

Finally, Arsenal legend Ian Wright phoned Sky Sports journalist Kaveh Solhekol to apologize for appearing to smirk when announcing that the Gunners had signed Takehiro Tomiyasu.

Wright couldn’t forget that the Japan international’s move to the Emirates was mocked on Sky Sports News.

The 58-year-old Gunners legend shared a clip of Solhekol discussing the transfer at the time – to him seemingly unimpressed.

He captioned it: “Sorry as big of a disrespect please!!!!! @SkyKaveh.”

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