The Chris Wheatley Show: Arsenal impress plus Kieran Tierney and Moussa Diaby transfer updates

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The Gunners fire on all cylinders in 3-0 defeat of Fulham, plus thoughts on the futures of Kieran Tierney, Folarin Balogun and transfer target Moussa Diaby.

It could so easily have been a banana skin on the long road to the title - but Arsenal were imperious in their dominant defeat of Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday.

The 3-0 away win maintains Arsenal’s five-point lead at the top of the table as Gabriel, Martin Odegaard and Gabriel Martinelli all struck in a comprehensive display of quality and control which sets the league leaders up nicely for a big week ahead - with the Europa League second leg against Sporting Lisbon and a key domestic match against London rivals Crystal Palace both on the horizon.

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On this week’s Chris Wheatley Show, Chris looks back at this weekend’s stellar performance and discusses Belgian forward Leandro Trossard’s hat-trick of assists as Mikel Arteta’s men took another step towards the Premier League trophy - can the January signing keep his place with Gabriel Jesus almost back to full fitness?

Elsewhere, Chris opens up the mailbag and answers viewers’ burning transfer queries - with rumours flying around about Kieran Tierney’s potential departure to Newcastle United, will the left-back be taking the trip north to St. James’ Park? Plus there’s a discussion about the possibility that The Gunners could be bringing in exciting Bayer Leverkusen forward Moussa Diaby in the summer.

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Chris looks at those possibilities and more, plus a discussion about the future of young star Folarin Balogun, currently impressing on loan at Reims after extending his contract at the Emirates.

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