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Nigel Winterburn: I would be delighted if Patrick Vieira replaced Arsene Wenger

Nigel Winterburn would be delighted if Patrick Vieira took over from Arsene Wenger as new Arsenal manager.

Nigel Winterburn: Jose Mourinho still figuring out Alexis Sanchez’s role at Manchester United

Jose Mourinho still has not figured out how best to use Alexis Sanchez at Manchester United, believes former Arsenal defender Nigel Winterburn.

Liverpool in talks with Arsenal to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

The Gunners had agreed to sell the England international to their London rivals Chelsea for a fee believed to be £35m.

Arsenal’s Oxlade-Chamberlain rejects Chelsea, wants Liverpool move

The Gunners had agreed to sell the England international to their London rivals for a fee believed to be £35m.

Arsenal must keep Oxlade-Chamberlain – Winterburn

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is Arsenal's "outstanding" player at wing-back and they must keep him, says the club's former full-back Nigel Winterburn.

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