Sanchez to miss start of the season

Sanchez to miss start of the season

Sanchez to miss start of the season

Arsenal's record signing Alexandre Lacazette will be looking to open his account with a goal on his Premier League debut.

A fifth-place finish last season means Arsenal will start next season in the Europa League.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes there will eventually be a woman in charge of a club in the Premier League.

"We were never close [to a transfer]", Wenger said of the Algerian.

"You come away from home, score three goals and are almost there and then concede two.bitterly disappointed", he said.

"That's the target. He has to show he can do that". "We solved a lot in this summer, and for this reason it's very important to try to improve our squad because we have one more competition".

"They have been quite spectacular in the transfer market, Manchester United as well".

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"Kolasinac is a versatile player", Wenger added.

According to the French website, Atalanta also made a loan offer with a view to buy, but met the same resistance from Leicester the Ligue 1 sides have had to deal with all summer.

"I will focus more on the players who had the right number of competitive minutes in recent weeks".

"We are here a lot today because of players like Sanchez and Ozil so I wanted them to be part of it". He is still on the look-out for one more attacking player, although any hopes of recruiting either Gareth Bale or Ivan Perisic are fading.

They continued where they left off last Sunday, warming up for the season in fine style by lifting the Community Shield after beating Chelsea at Wembley again. "He is starting to understand what I want from him during games", Conte said.

The Frenchman was questioned about female managers at a Football Writers' Association Live event on Wednesday night to raise money for the London Fire Relief Fund, and he said: "I'm personally convinced that will happen soon". We have been shocked a few times but the target this time is to start in a strong way against a very hard team in Leicester.

"Every manager's nightmare is to lose players in the last 24 hours or on the day of the window (closing) and you can't get replacements in", Shakespeare told reporters of the August 31 transfer deadline day.

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