Arsenal team that lost to Bournemouth the worst I've seen — Jamie Redknapp


That answer begs the question as to why Wenger played Oxlade-Chamberlain against Liverpool earlier in the season?

Sounds like he's listening to the little boy inside him after all.

He is truly elite.

Sanchez, 29, reaches the end of his contract this summer.

Arsenal's January woes have been compounded on Monday morning, as Bordeaux owner Nicolas de Tavernost has insisted long-term Arsenal target and potential Alexis Sanchez replacement Malcom will "not be leaving".

"I'm not concerned about the spirit, I'm concerned about the fact where it matters, we're not dangerous enough, and not sharp enough in our own box". The player's family were spotted in London during the week after arriving to support the player in his move. Quick, strong and loves a goal vs Arsenal. "But it's a difficult period for him". He did not refuse to play. This hasn't been his best season, as he only has eight goals in 22 matches across all competitions.

The 21-year-old is under contract at Hoffenheim until 2020, but has a €17 million release clause and is wanted in the Premier League following an impressive first half of the season.

"In every press conference for the last few months you have said that the Premier League is done and I always said 'no, it is still to be done'".

He is not "a bargain".

The transfer window closes on Jan. 31.

He admits he's "amazed" that Sanchez would join the Red Devils purely for money and hinted that an element of 'tapping up' may have occurred.

Alexis Sánchez was nowhere to be seen but this was the same old Arsenal in many other respects.

"I just think it is another thing he can take confidence from".

"I am delighted with the attitude of the players today".

He would be a massive signing for United.

"It's inevitable", he said.

Is it wise to invest so much in Conte? .

Alexis Sanchez looks set to complete a transfer to Manchester United in the coming days.

Manchester City's unbeaten record is gone (at least Arsenal fans have something to be happy about, eh?).

"We had to do it the hard way again; it's never easy against any team to come back from a losing position", said Bournemouth boss Howe.