Arsenal v Atletico Madrid preview: predicted line-ups and more. Only a win at Old Trafford, where they haven't won in the league since 2006, would give the Gunners a mathematical chance of returning to the top-four this term with three subsequent games left to play. "But you have as well to be realistic, we were in the Champions League final".
The Gunners have been woeful this season as they now languish in sixth place and are out of every competition except for the Europa League - the subtier European competition in comparison to the Champions League.
"I always have that conviction that there are raw talents in the country and all we need is just to harness them", she said.
Arsene Wenger has seemingly admitted that he is eager to remain in management once his time at Arsenal comes to an end at the conclusion of the season. You can also keep up with all the action as it happens via ManUtd.com's live match blog and our official Twitter account @ManUtd. "We have a very competitive squad, it's quite short but I hope we can put in a good performance, play with the mental freedom necessary to play at a stadium where Arsenal are very strong". Jose Mourinho has repeatedly spoken about the importance of finishing second and his team are poised to do so, given they lead third-placed Liverpool by three points with a game in hand. When you look at the career that Wenger's had, it's very hard to stay at this level because you're always competing and putting yourself on the line.
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"I don't see him retiring at all".
Sanchez's career at United might have got off to a slow start, but his performances have improved and his goal against Spurs on Saturday was a timely reminder of what Arsenal have lost.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is injured, but Mesut Ozil, Sead Kolasinac, and Jack Wilshere are back in the picture.
However, one mangerial candidate who has ruled himself out of the job is Atleti boss Simeone, who when speaking at the Emirates before Diego Costa trained with the side on Wednesday evening, denied Arsenal had approached him to discuss becoming the next manager.