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Real Madrid
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AS Monaco
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6:45 PM UTC Aug 4, 2015
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Ajax Amsterdam
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6:15 PM UTC Aug 4, 2015
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Real Salt Lake
1:00 AM UTC Aug 5, 2015
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal target Karim Benzema is staying at Real Madrid - Rafa Benitez

The ESPN FC crew discuss the hottest transfer rumours surrounding some big name players.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe weighs in on the probability of Sergio Ramos staying with Real Madrid and Manchester United turning their attention to Nicolás Otamendi once again.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno discuss the recent negative comments Real Betis' Rafael van der Vaart made regarding his former club, Real Madrid.
Real Madrid head coach Rafael Benitez remains coy on rumours linking his club with David de Gea and Marco Reus.

Karim Benzema is staying at Real Madrid this summer amid reported interest from Arsenal, Rafa Benitez has confirmed.

Benzema, 27, has been linked with a move to Arsenal in recent transfer windows, with Madrid-based newspaper AS reporting on Sunday that the Gunners had set aside €65 million to sign the France international.

But on Sunday Arsene Wenger denied that he would be making a move for Benzema, and Los Blancos boss Rafa Benitez insists the striker's future lies at the Bernabeu.


Wenger has Arsenal in fine shape ahead of Premier League season

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is confident his side can mount a serious challenge for trophies this season.

While the significance of Sunday's 1-0 win over Chelsea in the Community Shield is debatable as it was a glorified friendly, it rounded off a positive preseason for Arsenal.

There was a successful tour in Singapore, beating both the Ligue 1 and Bundesliga runners-up at the Emirates Cup and now a long-overdue triumph against Jose Mourinho. It's been almost ideal preparation for the new season. When you add how Arsenal finished the last campaign -- with 19 wins and just three defeats from their final...

 By PA Sport

Per Mertesacker: Arsenal must step up this season

The ESPN FC crew react to Roy Keane's comments that Arsenal are too concerned with posting selfies, than winning titles.
Former Arsenal man Paul Mariner contends that Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger need to end their little feud and shake hands.
Chelsea's Gary Cahill felt they were the better side in their Community Shield defeat by Arsenal.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey says he is excited about what the season holds for his team, after a morale boosting 1-0 win over Chelsea in the Community Shield.
Arsene Wenger discusses his teams performance in their Community Shield tie against Chelsea, claiming that although his team played defensive at times after scoring the first and only goal of the match, they did not abandon their philosophy.
Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho and long-time rival Arsene Wenger fail to shake hands after the Arsenal manager gets his first career win against Mourinho in a 1-0 defeat at the Community Shield match.

Arsenal's victory over Chelsea in the FA Community Shield at Wembley shows the squad are ready to show their title credentials, Gunners defender Per Mertesacker has said.

Arsenal maintained an impressive build-up to the new Premier League campaign with a well-organised 1-0 win against the 2015 champions, secured with a fine first-half strike from midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

While tougher tests await over the next nine months given Chelsea looked somewhat sluggish following their America tour...

Wenger-Mourinho spat, Wembley lessons, Bayern doubts, quiet Benitez

The ESPN FC crew react to Roy Keane's comments that Arsenal are too concerned with posting selfies, than winning titles.

The Community Shield is not a real trophy. The game is a friendly, albeit the kind we call high-profile because it's at Wembley and live on the global airwaves. Yet there are still nuggets to be extracted from Arsenal's win vs. Chelsea on Sunday.

First and foremost is that the next time Arsene Wenger faces Jose Mourinho, nobody will be there to remind him that he has never beaten the "Special One." At the 14th attempt, Mourinho's team fell to Wenger's.

That streak, of course, should have been wholly...