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Does Postecoglou rate Lo Celso? With Maddison out until the new year, you'd expect the Argentine to be his closest like-for-like replacement but he's been reduced to small cameo appearances so far...
SAMI MOKBEL: Lo Celso is certainly the sort of player that would fit into Postecglou’s system. It’s clear that Maddison is Postecoglou’s preference in that central attacking midfield role.
But Lo Celso is understood to have impressed Postecoglou in training and in normal circumstances would have been given more of a chance to feature.
The form of Maddison means the England international was undroppable. But the ankle injury that rules Maddison out for at least six weeks means Lo Celso will get his chance.
What do you expect Spurs to do in January given their injury woes as well as the Africa Cup of Nations and the Asian Cup being around the corner?
SAMI MOKBEL: There won’t be lots of money to spend in January. People will say ‘what about the Kane cash’ but they spent that before the deal for their talisman to join Bayern Munich was completed.
They are on the look out for a centre-forward to eventual replace Kane - but that move is likely to happen in the summer.
Santiago Gimenez is a player that interests Spurs. The injury losses of James Maddison and Micky van der Ven arrive as major blows - but with the window closed there is no immediate external solution.
By the time the window re-opens there is hope that both players will be nearing their respective returns to full fitness.
Could Arsenal make a move for Douglas Luiz in January? Where would he fit in Arteta's system and who would lose out if he was to join?
SAMI MOKBEL: Luiz has long been on Arsenal’s radar. A player greatly admired by Arteta and sporting director Edu.
They tried and failed to sign him just over 18 months ago and his improvements under Unai Emery at Aston Villa have not gone unnoticed at Arsenal.
The difficulty is, however, that he only recently signed a new five year contract. That gives the power - in terms of price - to Villa. Given Declan Rice left West Ham for Arsenal in the summer for £105million, Villa would want somewhere close to that fee, you’d imagine.
So the key here is how hard Arsenal are willing to go and how hard Luiz would be willing to push to leave for the Emirates.
Arsenal’s hands will be tied due to a tight January budget but there is a willingness to sign a midfielder in the next window.
It’s definitely one to watch - but for a myriad of reasons, it will be a very difficult deal to pull off.
Ramsdale said he struggles to concentrate for a full 90 minutes and instead has to get involved with fans or sing songs to stay focused - how do you think something like this would go down with Arteta?
SAMI MOKBEL: I’m not sure Arteta will read too much into those comments. He’s worked with Ramsdale for two-and-a-half seasons now and will know everything there is to know about the goalkeeper’s mentality.
Ramsdale, for the two seasons he has played, has been a massive player for Arsenal. Arteta won’t forget that.
But the Gunners head coach has decided to move on; David Raya is his preferred keeper now. Changing his mind now would effectively see Arteta conceding his decision to switch No 1s has failed.
I can’t see that happening anytime soon, although Ramsdale is set to play against Brentford later this month as Raya would be ineligible to play against his parent club.
VAR released the audio for Newcastle's contentious goal against Arsenal last night - what has been the reaction behind the scenes at the Emirates? VAR seemed to barely check over the foul on Gabriel...
SAMI MOKBEL: I think much of the reaction at Arsenal has been to try and quell some of the controversy of the whole episode.
That’s easier said than done, of course, given the Mikel Arteta’s outburst and the subsequent statement from the club effectively backing their manager’s comments.
But from my understanding, there has been a real drive from inside the club to move away from the issue and look at what’s ahead.
The airing of the VAR audio on Tuesday night re-opened the issue for a short while. But now that’s gone, Arsenal would to move away from the fallout of it all.
The ramifications of that 90 minutes at St James’ Park will linger; Arsenal - as our excellent colleague Issan Khan revealed - will make representations to the PGMOL about where they feel officiating has failed them.
Such complaints aren’t uncommon, but it represents how strongly they felt about it all.
Gary Neville has once again reiterated that Arsenal can win the Premier League this season - it's tight at the top and Man City have Liverpool and then Spurs at home next... is this their time to put a run together and break away?
SAMI MOKBEL: Arsenal will be there or thereabouts. There’s too much quality in the starting XI for them not to run Man City all the way.
But injuries and suspensions will be key here. With injuries to Martin Odegaard and Thomas Partey in recent weeks, midfield resources have been stretched.
If either William Saliba or Gabriel Magalhaes were to miss a stretch, you’d worry for Arsenal.
If they can keep their best players on the pitch then they’ll run Man City very close.
What can we expect to learn from England's next two games? Will Cole Palmer, Rico Lewis and Ezri Konsa all get run-outs?
SAMI MOKBEL: Southgate isn’t one to just hadn’t out instant debuts. He prefers to give new players time to settle in before giving them extensive time on the field.
With that in mind, don’t expect the new trio to start either against Malta on Friday or North Macedonia on Monday.
That said, with qualification already assured and England very likely to overcome both opposition - there maybe scope for debuts over the next five or six days. Palmer and Lewis, in particular, will capture the nation’s imagination.
Both prodigiously talented young footballers; Lewis’ versatility, in particular, suits tournament football ahead of next summer’s Euros.
Southgate is targeting finishing top of the qualification group and will play strong teams in both matches. But depending on how the games develop there will hopefully be an opportunity for Southgate to blood his new-boys.
Welcome Sami! First up, what is going on with Raheem Sterling and England? Is there an issue?
SAMI MOKBEL: Raheem Sterling’s continued absence is an issue that isn’t going away. His form is much improved, personally I thought he was excellent against Man City on Sunday night.
But look at it from Gareth Southgate’s point of view - who is he supposed to leave out? The competition for places in those wide attacking areas is so fierce that if you miss one squad then you are at risk.
Of course, Sterling’s contribution to Southgate’s reign should probably mean he is afforded special treatment.
It’s clear that the England manager has been lenient with Harry Maguire and Kalvin Phillips in recent months. It’s tempting to point to Sterling’s decision to fly back to England during the World Cup when his house was burgled as a potential factor here.
But Southgate has continued to publicly insist the Sterling’s quick return home to comfort his family is not an issue.
The fact he hasn’t featured in a squad since merely adds fuel to the rumours. Many will say Sterling should have been called-up instead of Cole Palmer following the withdrawal of James Maddison last week.
But Southgate will have too much respect for Sterling to effectively call him up as a replacement.
If Sterling’s performances continue to improve between now and March then, if Southgate is true to his word, he will have a very good chance of a recall. But until then, the questions will keep coming.
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Gareth Southgate's men are busy at work preparing for the Euro qualifier against Malta on Friday night.
New boys Rico Lewis and Cole Palmer can be seen in the viral video showcasing their quick passing skills.
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Good afternoon, everyone!
And welcome to the latest edition of our Premier League Q+A with our experts.
The focus of this live blog will be on England, Arsenal and Tottenham but we'll also have Q+A sessions with reporters on Man United and Aston Villa later this afternoon so make sure you tune in for those.
13:59Does Postecoglou rate Lo Celso? With Maddison out until the new year, you'd expect the Argentine to be his closest like-for-like replacement but he's been reduced to small cameo appearances so far...
13:54What do you expect Spurs to do in January given their injury woes as well as the Africa Cup of Nations and the Asian Cup being around the corner?
13:49Could Arsenal make a move for Douglas Luiz in January? Where would he fit in Arteta's system and who would lose out if he was to join?
13:44Ramsdale said he struggles to concentrate for a full 90 minutes and instead has to get involved with fans or sing songs to stay focused - how do you think something like this would go down with Arteta?
13:36VAR released the audio for Newcastle's contentious goal against Arsenal last night - what has been the reaction behind the scenes at the Emirates? VAR seemed to barely check over the foul on Gabriel...
13:28Gary Neville has once again reiterated that Arsenal can win the Premier League this season - it's tight at the top and Man City have Liverpool and then Spurs at home next... is this their time to put a run together and break away?
13:20What can we expect to learn from England's next two games? Will Cole Palmer, Rico Lewis and Ezri Konsa all get run-outs?
13:08Welcome Sami! First up, what is going on with Raheem Sterling and England? Is there an issue?
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