Wenger: Champions League Isn't As Good As It Used To Be

Wenger: Champions League Isn't As Good As It Used To Be

Wenger: Champions League Isn't As Good As It Used To Be

This is the first season Arsenal will spend out of the Champions League in 20 years, with the Gunners only managing to qualify for the Europa League last season.

"Look, there's no disguised attitude on my side".

"Since the start of the season he is highly focused. I just try to get him back to full fitness", added Wenger at today's press call. The injury plus the rest was a bit long.

West Brom meanwhile come into Monday night's game without a win in their last four games.

"A manager who knows how the league work, a strong transition from defence to offense, very solid defensively, it's hard to play against them".

Mourinho, who has been linked with an audacious move for the former Barcelona forward, believes Wenger has handled Sanchez's situation perfectly and pointed to Chelsea's similarly cautious use of Eden Hazard as evidence of the value of his own approach with Luke Shaw. "I think what happened to him, he has been bothered a few times when he wasn't in front of other players".

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Wenger has confirmed Danny Welbeck will be missing from his squad with a groin injury, as Arsenal prepare to welcome the Baggies to north London.

Arsenal are poised to lose their key players Mesut Özil and Alexis Sanchez, both 28, after failing to tie the players down to new contracts.

Rondon is the work horse that Pulis needs to build around and with McLean and Brunt to feed the ball from the wing, route one will be the way West Brom try to play against Arsenal.

The player's contract will run out next summer, and the player is thought to be considering a move to England or Germany, despite Marseille offering a new and improved deal to stay at the Orange Vélodrome. "But at the time City was the big investor and so that financial potential was superior to ours at the time".

'I'm immensely proud to get there.

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