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Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger confirms interest in Ipswich defender ... - The Independent

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Arsenal transfer news: Arsene Wenger confirms interest in Ipswich defender ...
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Mings has started all but one of Ipswich's 19 Championship matches this season, adding four assists to a team that is second in the division and with one of the better defensive records. The sticking point for a potential January deal could be the ...
Premier League transfer news: Arsenal want Tyrone Mings from Ipswich TownBlackmore Vale Magazine
Arsenal to bid £8 million for Ipswich Town's Tyrone MingsTelegraph.co.uk
Paper Talk: Gunners to grab £8m MingsTeamtalk.com
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Premier League transfer news: Arsene Wenger confirms Arsenal interest in ... - Somerset Guardian

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Premier League transfer news: Arsene Wenger confirms Arsenal interest in ...
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed the club's interest in Ipswich Town left-back and Tyrone Mings. Mings, the son of former Bath City striker Adie, was working as a mortgage advisor in Bath and playing for Yate Town when he attended a trial with ...
Arsene Wenger confirms interest in Ipswich Town defender Tyrone MingsInternational Business Times UK
Tyrone Mings transfer: Why Chelsea hold an unusual advantage over ArsenalTelegraph.co.uk
Wenger: We are tracking Mings and a few young playersGoal.com
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McCarthy confident it will be a case of buying, not selling, in the January ... - East Anglian Daily Times

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McCarthy confident it will be a case of buying, not selling, in the January ...
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Blues owner Marcus Evans turned down bids of £7.5m and £3m for striker David McGoldrick and left-back Tyrone Mings on the final day of the summer transfer window. The latter's value has rocketed since then, figures as high as £10m being speculated as ...

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Wenger reveals January transfer plans as Arsenal linked with Celtic, Ipswich ... - London24

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Wenger reveals January transfer plans as Arsenal linked with Celtic, Ipswich ...
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Wenger has already admitted Arsenal are tracking Ipswich Town youngster Tyrone Mings, while Celtic's Virgil van Dijk and West Ham's Winston Reid have also been linked. And, speaking ahead of Sunday's clash with Liverpool, the Frenchman confirmed that ...
Arsenal need to sign a central defender in January, says Arsene WengerTelegraph.co.uk
Arsenal ready to spend heavily in the January Transfer WindowSoccerlens
Wenger not scared to spend big on the right playerIrish Independent

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Transfer News - Arsenal FC interest in Tyrone Mings PLEASES Ipswich Town - Crunchsports.com

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Transfer News - Arsenal FC interest in Tyrone Mings PLEASES Ipswich Town
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Arsenal's interest in defender Tyrone Mings has been welcomed by Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Mings "is one of the young players we follow" as reports suggest the Gunners are considering tabling ...

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Result: Ipswich Town edge out Middlesbrough - Sports Mole

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Result: Ipswich Town edge out Middlesbrough
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After a lively opening period, Ipswich took the lead on 25 minutes when Murphy fired home the rebound after David McGoldrick's effort from Tabb's cross had been saved by Bartosz Bialkowski. Tabb then struck on the stroke of half time when his ...
Premier League big boys Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man Utd all want ...Daily Star
Tyrone Mings denies Chelsea have an advantage in signing him from IpswichHITC
Aitor Karanka vrs Mick McCarthy: How the Latin technocrat compares with the ...Gazette Live

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Half-Time Report: Daryl Murphy and Jay Tabb hand Ipswich Town half-time lead - Sports Mole

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Half-Time Report: Daryl Murphy and Jay Tabb hand Ipswich Town half-time lead
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Ipswich threatened to open the scoring in the opening five minutes when Paul Anderson's free kick was headed narrowly over the top of goal by Tommy Smith. Anderson ... Enter your email address to subscribe to Sports Mole's free daily transfer newsletter!