Unai Emery Confirms Three Arsenal Players Likely To Leave

by Steven Clarke August 11, 2018, 1:10
Unai Emery Confirms Three Arsenal Players Likely To Leave

All of this points to Welbeck being surplus to requirements and with interest from three Premier League clubs, he could leave before the window shuts.

Of the three promoted clubs, Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers look capable of flourishing in the top flight after strengthening, but it could be a long haul for Cardiff City, who mark their return away to Bournemouth on Saturday.

"For that this news for me is positive and his commitment to Arsenal is the most important".

With new manager at helm, Arsenal (6th in PL last year) start their life without Arsene Wenger, hosting a home clash against Manchester City (1st in PL last season), who won the Premier League last year, beating nearly every record.

Manchester City have an abundance of attacking talent, but Silva's metronomic play in midfield is still crucial to their success.

That gutsy display against the eventual bronze medalists is thought to have gained manager Akira Nishino more favour in his homeland, but the Japan FA would still prefer to bring in Wenger.

Being a legendary goalkeeper, Lehmann was also asked to comment on Arsenal's new goalkeeper Bernd Leno.

The transfer window hasn't been quiet either for the Gunners, with a fair few fresh faces joining the Emery revolution but will there be any more comings and goings today?

The Italian takes his side to Huddersfield Town on Saturday where Kepa Arrizabalaga, the world's most expensive keeper at 71 million pounds (RM372 million), is set to make his debut. He does that - good.

However, I expect to see a different Arsenal team under Emery with no apprehensions or tentativeness, unlike Arsene Wenger's teams.

Further, Lehmann had to share his thoughts on Alisson Becker, Liverpool's new number one.

Pep, on the other hand, will be expected to deliver the coveted UCL title to the blue side of Manchester, having signed Riyadh Mahrez from Leicester. "He has not given any proof of it", Lehmann was outright to analyze the custodian. I repeat: "organised, then play".

Offloading Welbeck would also help the Gunners trim their wage bill, with Welbeck one of the bigger earners at the club, on a reported £115,000 a week.

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