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Internationals: Who’s going to the World Cup?

A number of our players will be involved at the World Cup this summer.

Scroll down to find out the latest call-ups:

Danny Welbeck in action for England

Danny Welbeck has been named in England’s confirmed 23-man squad for this summer’s tournament. Gareth Southgate’s side are in Group G and will face Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.

Joel Campbell in action for Costa Rica

Joel Campbell has been included in Costa Rica’s confirmed 23-man squad for the World Cup. The 25-year-old scored and assisted against Uruguay in Fortaleza four years ago and will face Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland this time around.

Mesut Ozil has been named in Germany’s 27-man preliminary squad and has a good record at major tournaments, scoring in World Cup and European Championship knockout rounds against Algeria and Italy respectively. Joachim Low’s reigning champions will face Mexico, South Korea and Sweden in Group F.

Mohamed Elneny celebrates his goal against Cameroon

Mohamed Elneny has been listed in the preliminary squad for Egypt’s first World Cup in 28 years. Hector Cuper’s side will face Russia, Saudi Arabia and Uruguay in Group A.

Alex Iwobi has been included in Nigeria’s 30-man preliminary squad, hoping to follow in his uncle Jay-Jay Okocha’s footsteps by representing his country at a World Cup. The Super Eagles are in Group D and will face Argentina, Croatia and Iceland.

David Ospina in action for Colombia

David Ospina has been named in Colombia’s 35-man preliminary squad, having helped his country reach the World Cup quarter-finals four years ago in Brazil. Jose Pekerman’s side will face Japan, Poland and Senegal in Group H.

Nacho Monreal has been named in Spain's 23-man confirmed squad for the tournament in Russia, where they are in Group B and will face Portugal, Morocco and Iran.

Switzerland will confirm their 23-man squad on June 4.


New numbers for Cech, Elneny, Xhaka and Bellerin

Arsenal celebrate against Atletico

Petr Cech, Mohamed Elneny, Granit Xhaka and Hector Bellerin will all wear new shirt numbers next season.

Cech previously wore the No 33 shirt, but he will now be our No 1 for the 2018/19 campaign.
Elneny has moved from No 35 to the No 4 shirt.
Granit Xhaka previously wore No 29, but he will switch to No 34.
Hector Bellerin goes from No 24 to the No 2 shirt.
Any other alterations to shirt numbers will be communicated accordingly.


Nketiah receives first England U-21 call-up

Eddie Nketiah has received his first call-up to the England Under-21 squad for this summer's Toulon Tournament.

The prolific young striker has been included in Aidy Boothroyd’s 20-man group alongside Ainsley Maitland-Niles, after helping us win the Premier League 2 title.

Nketiah scored eight goals in eight games for England Under-19s and will be looking for gametime in the group-stage matches against China, Mexico and Qatar.

Holders England kick off the tournament on May 26 against China, before facing Mexico three days later. The Young Lions will wrap up the group stage with a June 1 clash against Qatar.


Aaron Ramsey wins 2017/18 Goal of the Season

Congratulations to Aaron Ramsey - our No 8's stunning volley against CSKA Moscow has been voted as our Goal of the Season.

The Wales midfielder met Mesut Ozil's lofted pass before sumptuously volleying the ball over Igor Akinfeev with a backheel.

Ramsey's goal received almost half of the total votes cast, beating Olivier Giroud's overhead kick against Red Star Belgrade and Ozil's volley against Newcastle into second and third place respectively.

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England knocked out of under-17 Euros

Tyreece John-Jules in action for England Under-17s

Vontae Daley-Campbell, Bukayo Saka, Tyreece John-Jules and Folarin Balogun all featured as England Under-17s were beaten on penalties by the Netherlands in the Uefa Under-17 Championship semi-finals.

After a goalless 80 minutes, the match went to spot kicks, with Saka and John-Jules both scoring. Balogun stepped up with the score at 6-5 in sudden death, but his effort was well saved by Joey Koorevaar.


Auba - Why I'm proud to wear No 14

It takes a certain amount of confidence to take on the legendary No 14 shirt - but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was ready for it.

As our all-time leading goalscorer, Thierry Henry will forever be associated with that number but Auba is proud to follow him.

“There weren't many numbers left to choose from," he told Arsenal Player. "I wanted number 7, but Mkhi arrived and took it. 

"I thought, 'Why not follow in the footsteps of a legend?' Even though I don't compare myself to Henry, because he achieved so many great things - it's hard to compare. 

"But I'm proud to wear the number 14 shirt and I hope to honour it.”


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