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Arsenal train before flying to Milan

Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Mohamed Elneny and Konstantinos Mavropanos in training

We take on AC Milan at the San Siro on Thursday night - and before flying out to Italy on Wednesday, the team trained for the final time ahead of the match.

Our club photographers were at the session and sent back these pictures.


Important travel update AC Milan (a)

San Siro - AC Milan

We have been informed of a series of transport strikes in Milan on Thursday, which could impact supporters travelling to and from the San Siro. 

A strike has been called from 1-5pm (local time) on Thursday afternoon at Milano Malpensa Airport, Milano Linate Airport and Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport by air traffic control and airport ground staff. Please contact your airline provider if this could affect your travel arrangements.
Workers on Milan’s public transport system have also called a strike between the hours of 8.45am-3pm and 6pm - the end of the service (local times). Italian authorities are recommending supporters travel to the San Siro between 3-6pm, by either Line 1 (Red Line) or Line 5 (Purple Line), and leave plenty of time for their journeys.
AC Milan have advised us that Arsenal supporters will be held back for up to 45 minutes at the end of the match, for the safety of all fans. We are arranging coaches from the San Siro to Piazza Castello in the city centre after the game, to help as many supporters as possible with their journeys.  
We wish everyone travelling to Milan a safe journey. Thank you for your support.


Arsenal Legends v Milan Glorie - Gallery

Arsenal Legends

Kanu scored a hat-trick and Robert Pires added a fourth as a number of Arsenal legends returned to beat Milan Glorie 4-2.

Our photographers were at Emirates Stadium on Saturday and sent back these pictures.


Match video: Arsenal Legends v Milan

Kanu was the star of the show as Arsenal Legends recorded an impressive 4-2 win against Milan Glorie.

The Nigerian forward scored a hat-trick before Robert Pires combined with Freddie Ljungberg for the Gunners' fourth goal.

We’ve got a series of highlights packages from the game, including an extended edit above and a short two-minute clip below.

You can watch both the first and second halves in their entirety too.