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Arsene Wenger admits he expects Alexis Sanchez will leave Arsenal
13 August 2017, 10:55 | Terri Saunders
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ARSENAL MANAGER ARSENE Wenger has said he is "convinced" that a Premier League club will soon be managed by a woman, and maintains there are major changes on the horizon for football management.
Sanchez returned to the club late after the summer break and has not featured in any pre-season games after playing at the Confederations Cup with Chile.
Arsenal have of course been dogged in their determination to keep Alexis, and have seen the likes of PSG and Barcelona linked with the player, along with the more remote possibilities of Chelsea and Manchester United.
"Going forward and character wise we have been great", said a relieved Wenger, who will be seeking a first league title since 2004 after being handed another two years in charge.
"I don't know whether Craig Shakespeare will play a 4-4-1-1 or a proper 4-4-2, but it's a good signing". I think, if you read the French papers, Kylian Mbappé is how they will look to finish their transfer market. "And I think we're going to reach that level as a football team in the next couple of years".
Arsenal need all three points and we have the players to get them, so Come On You Gunners, get firing!
'But I don't think I would have included him on Friday night.
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Wicket-keeper batsmen Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik have also been dropped from the limited-overs squad that toured West Indies. India , who are now in Sri Lanka, have already sealed the Test series 2-0, with the third Test now being played.
Arsene Wenger has admitted he believes Alexis Sanchez will probably leave Arsenal next summer. I am pumped for this to start though, I mean it seems early, but hey it is regular season.
"Why hasn't he just said I'm staying for one more season?" Arsenal have beaten Leicester by a single goal at home in each of the past three seasons but have won just once on the opening day since 2010.
"I thought he was really unselfish for a player making his debut".
Despite having only played 45 minutes for the club in last week's friendly against Sampdoria, the £35million signing impressed throughout the whole match in sweltering Macedonia.
"Yesterday I had the managers' meeting and was talking with the other managers in the other clubs".
Arsené Wenger will lead the Gunners into a Premier League season for the 21st time and top on his mind will be clinching the title that has eluded him since the Invincibles in 2004. "It looks like everywhere there is many, many players and a bit of congestion at the moment everywhere".
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