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Gabriel battles masked ROBBER, Sterling ‘incredibly drawn’ by Gunners move, Saka doubts DAMAGE

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Bukayo Saka is having a hard time training for Arsenal’s trip to Manchester United but has not suffered a serious long-term injury.

The England winger was forced to miss out with a thigh problem shortly after scoring the opener in Saturday’s 2-0 home win over Newcastle.

But a scan of his tight quadriceps confirmed that he had only minor injuries.

There is even an outside chance that he could feature on the trip to Old Trafford, although it is unlikely he will be included in the starting line-up.

Meanwhile, Brazilian side Flamengo is said to be plotting a January transfer to Arsenal, outcast Pablo Mari.

The Gunners defender has only started two Premier League games so far in this campaign.

He is expected to ‘consider his options’ if his game time does not improve in the coming weeks, according to football.london.

Mari’s former club Flamengo are interested in a move for the centre-back, but would rather a loan deal that translates to a permanent transfer.

Finally, Arsenal have shown an interest in signing Sergino Dest in the summer – and Barcelona are now open to making a move for him.

That is according to a report from Mundo Deportivo, who have discussed players who could leave the Camp Nou.

Barca want to bring in Manchester City attacker Ferran Torres and could be looking for a part-exchange deal.

And Dest was listed as one of the players Barcelona offered.

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