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Alexis Sanchez: Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger Wants Forward To Stay

Alexis Sanchez: Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger Wants Forward To Stay

"Mike Jones has been appointed to VAR the games next week and, as we continue with the experiment, other people will take that role as well".

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (centre) and coach Jens Lehmann (second left) watch from the stands during the Carabao Cup Semi Final, First Leg match at Stamford Bridge, London.

Effectively out of the title race by the end of November - despite not having to contend with the additional burden of the Champions League this season - Arsenal were humiliatingly dumped out of the FA Cup on Sunday by Nottingham Forest.

"I know my body well, I know the right foods to eat and the best way to recover".

Speaking to reporters on Friday ahead of Arsenal's trip to Bournemouth on Sunday (Watch live, 8:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com), Wenger was keeping his cards close to his chest when asked about United's bid and Mkhitaryan. When he came on tonight, you could see that he created straight away danger. We are playing at this level on merit and whoever you play, you have to think you can win it. He can make a difference between what's going on outside and what's going on on the football pitch.

Granit Xhaka, however, might not even need his help to self-destruct.

"We are not on that case at the moment".

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Two clubs who battled at the summit of the table for a large part of the campaign - narrow down their fight and fight for a single player this time. This would be a huge move for both parties because it would strengthen City's menacing attack while significantly weakening Arsenal. There is still an opportunity for him [Ozil] to stay.

Few believe that the two regulars Cech and Mertesacker no longer have the quality needed to be among the top teams.

And then there he was, the great Arsène, elegantly turned out in full-length grey quilted gown, tucking his great gangling legs beneath the carefully-sharpened plug shelf beneath his desk. Alexis wants to win.

And with only a subdued atmosphere to work with, the travelling fans produced a wonderfully self-deprecating chant. There was a thunderously ominous soundtrack as two teams waited in the tunnel and in the stand the kind of carnival feel you often get for domestic semi-finals. Quizzed on whether selecting Iwobi sent a mixed message on team discipline, Wenger said: "There's one thing to punish someone individually and a second thing to punish everybody. That is important. After, I will decide what happens".

The midfielder has had a history of ankle problems and must have feared the worst after suffering a suspected sprain when blocking the ball.

To Melbourne next, where the first tennis Grand Slam of the year- the Australian Open - starts on 15th January. "He went to block the shot, but it was his 'good ankle'", Wenger later joked.