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Arsenal yet to decide if Middle East training camp will go ahead as Mikel Arteta weighs up security fears

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Arsenal are still considering a warm-weather training camp in the Middle East with head coach Mikel Arteta insisting the club will listen to any relevant security advice before travelling.

Manchester United were reportedly close to heading to Qatar during their own two-week break, a new step introduced for all by the Premier League this season to ease fixture pile-up following the festive period.



"So we could change from one scenario to the other, which is a little bit bizarre, but we cannot.



"We were looking at the Middle East but that is definitely not going to happen."

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With the two-week breaks staggered to ensure there is still Premier League football every weekend, Arsenal are set to play at Burnley on February 2 and return to action at home to Newcastle on February 16.

"We talked about different options in this break to go away and live together a bit in a different environment with better weather conditions and a little bit away from here," he said when asked about Manchester United's aborted plans.
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