Lacazette joins Chamakh in exclusive Arsenal goal club

Posted September 10, 2017

"Maybe we are at a crossroads and have to think, do we open it completely with freedom of investment for people like the Chinese or Americans who want to invest here?"

"All we can offer to the fans is that in the next game, from the first minute, we start with intensity, make a good game, get the three points and everything will come back as before", the 31-year-old Spaniard said.

Arsene Wenger has his work cut as he tries to unite his divided dressing room and can't afford to drop points in front of their own fans. I watched the game at Liverpool and they were an embarrassment.

"I believe the transfer market is over and for us there was a lot going on", said Wenger, whose side are languishing towards the bottom of the Premier League table after a poor start to the season.

"Are they half in and half out?"

Wenger still believes his decision to start Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at Anfield was the correct choice, and the England global was not distracted by a potential move.

"We had to sell somebody".

Of course, Arsenal fans will hope that Welbeck can start to do this more consistently, and against better opposition, but it's a start for a player who has so often been in and out of the side due to injury problems. Overall we are in a strong financial position as always. That rhetoric intensified towards the conclusion of last season, as Arsenal missed out on Champions League football for the first time in 19 years.

"I don't know why [he was booed]", Wenger said.

SANTI Cazorla will play again for Arsenal, but not before Christmas.

Bournemouth at home is a game you would nearly hand pick at the minute, with Arsenal fans ready to revolt and desperate for any sort of positive from the club.

As if that was not enough, their transfer window ended in a failure as they were neither able to attract Thomas Lemar to Emirates, nor could they offload their wantaway star Alexis Sanchez.

The former Gunners captain says Wenger could still have left his post as a club legend if he'd gone out on a high, but is now concerned that he's stayed on for too long. I couldn't wait to sign the contract and see what the next few years bring.