Arsenal's aggressive summer of recruiting may be set to continue with reliable sources indicating that Porto attacking midfielder Juan Fernando Quintero may well be moving to the Emirates next week.
Calum Chambers is officially an Arsenal player according to the club's Twitter feed. He joins Alexis Sanchez, Mathieu Debuchy, and David Ospina as confirmed new arrivals at the club.
Arsenal have announced what could be a great bargain by signing Nice and Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina on a permanent deal for £3m.
This one has been simmering for a month but reports on BBC.com and elsewhere have Calum Chambers completing a medical with Arsenal and agreeing to personal terms in advance of finalizing a move to the Emirates for £12Million.
Another long-rumored transfer came to it's inevitable conclusion today as Mathieu Debuchy was officially announced as an Arsenal player.
According to French newspaper Nice-Matin, Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina has agreed to join Arsenal.
Daryl Janmaat's agent has tweeted that his client's move to Newcastle United will be completed tomorrow for a very reasonable €6 million.
Germany Starting XI: Neuer; Lahm, Hummels, Boateng, Höwedes; Schweinsteiger, Khedira; Müller, Kroos, Özil; Klose.
As expected, Arsenal unveiled both their new Puma kits and highly anticipated new signing Alexis Sanchez at the Emirates today.
Reports across Europe indicate that Arsenal are at the finish line with the signings of Mathieu Debuchy and Alexis Sanchez from Newcastle and Barcelona respectively.
Germany Starting XI: Neuer, Hoewedes, Hummels, Khedira, Schweinsteiger, Ozil, Klose, Muller, Lahm (c), Kroos, Boateng.
Rumors this morning have Arsenal getting tantalizingly close to signing two players and shifting their attention to a third as they look to upgrade their squad in key positions.
Costa Rica were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the World Cup after losing 4-3 to the Netherlands in a penalty shootout.
Costa Rica Starting XI vs Netherlands: Navas, Acosta, Gonzalez, Umana, Borges, Bolanos, Campbell, Ruiz (c), Diaz, Gamboa, Tejeda.
France had an opportunity to take advantage of a lackluster performance from Germany, but they were just as unimpressive and a set piece goal by the Germans was all that was needed to end France's World Cup run in a 0-1 loss.