5.30pm Arsenal news LIVE: Ceballos calls debut ‘special’, Dyche accuses Gunners of diving, Van Persie reveals Man Utd move details – The Sun

ARSENAL made it two wins out of two after beating Burnley.

And Real Madrid loanee Dani Ceballos was the talk of the Emirates after his stunning performance in the victory.

Or stick around for the latest Gunners news and gossip below…

  • ARSENAL fans on social media are relieved they did NOT sign Wilfried Zaha.

    Supporters were not impressed by the 26-year-old's performance for Crystal Palace in the defeat to Sheffield United.

    One Twitter user said: “Zaha showing why he's not a big player, glad we didn't sign him.”

    Another added: “Imagine Arsenal were thinking about paying £80million for Zaha.”

  • DAVID LUIZ revealed he left Chelsea after discussions with Blues boss Frank Lampard.

    Speaking after his debut, the defender said: “It is a new challenge in my career, where I took the decision to fight for new things and I enjoyed it in the best way possible.

    “In talks with Frank [Lampard], he had a different plan for the year. So we spoke in total honesty and he made it clear he had different ideas from mine.”

  • DANI CEBALLOS beamed his full Premier League debut was one of the “most special” days of his life.

    The on-loan Arsenal star put in a stunning man-of-the-match performance as Arsenal beat Burnley at the Emirates yesterday.

    Speaking to Arsenal.com, he said: “The most important thing in football is to win.

    “When you have a great game and can help the team to get the victory, you feel satisfaction to know that you’re going home calmly and with the work done.

    “The truth is that for me it has been one of the most special days of my life.

    “I think that by starting at home with a win, and with this passion shown at the end of the match, I think it will be hard for me to forget this day.”

  • WHAT a strike by Alexandre Lacazette.

  • ASHLEY COLE has announced his retirement from his 20-year playing career at the age of 38.

    The former Arsenal, Chelsea and England left-back made the announcement on Sky Sports' Super Sunday this afternoon.

    After coming through the youth ranks at Arsenal, he made a controversial switch to Chelsea in 2006 before finishing his career with spells at Roma, LA Galaxy and finally Derby.

    He will now pursue a career in coaching and is already working towards his badges.

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