Wenger makes Wilshere claim as Arsenal boss ignores Wolves link

20 April, 2018, 01:31 | Author: Shannon Newton
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Before the first semi-final with Atletico Madrid, they face West Ham in the Premier League but enjoyed some down time before Sunday's clash.

The former Gunners midfielder is now in charge at New York City in Major League Soccer. "My worry is to transform a season with many disappointments, into a success", he added.

"Mkhitaryan is running again", said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

He went into management and worked for two years at City in charge of the development squad, before taking the step into senior management in 2016 when he took over at New York City in the MLS.

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The club's communications manager then stepped in to interrupt the questioning and change the topic, pointing out that there is no vacancy at Arsenal.

Wenger and his men are now focused on winning the Europa League having lost out of the Premier League top four.

"He has not signed, he has an offer and we want him to stay".

He has an excellent relationship with the club's majority shareholder, American billionaire Stan Kroenke, and dismissal is out of the question.

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"My personal situation is not so much my worry at the moment", he said. We have a very faithful crowd who will always be there to support the club.

"Overall, the quality of our games at the Emirates was very good this season in terms of the number of goals scored [and] number of quality games we have played. I can only master my commitment and work".

"I can not give you any news because I don't know what's really in his mind", the Gunners boss told a news conference.

Arsene Wenger has said he is hopeful on the return of Spanish midfielder Santi Cazorla back from the freak injury that has plagued him. "It's very hard to explain why because until last season, we were one of the best teams in terms of the away record", he said.

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"Honestly, I didn't see him there in the corner of my eye even though in the video it looks like I did", Ritchie told TalkSport. He is an exceptional football player.



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