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Wenger: Lacazette can be Arsenal's Ibrahimovic

Frascuelo Febo | Agosto 12, 2017, 22:30

"The biggest worry is Manchester City and that's the problem", Merson said.

When asked if he expected Mahrez to stay, he said: "Who knows?" We want him to be a nuisance.

"The fact that Pep Guardiola has recognised Philip is not any kind of success for the manager", he added. Huddersfield's and Brighton's promotion comes at the expense of Hull and Middlesbrough who were relegated to the Championship.

'We're waiting for an answer.

Arsenal's win leaves them at the top of the table, for now. "The trend has always to come from the team". Can he help his new side steer clear of relegation? To the Welshman's detriment, he does have a tendency of picking up a niggle here and there, which in turn, disrupts his season.

Long have Arsenal fans bemoaned the lack of a quality striker at the club.

"I have players coming back who have not played, like Mustafi".

"But, in terms of being something completely different, Philip Foden is the best and the most naturally gifted I've ever seen".

Arsene Wenger has challenged Alexandre Lacazette to follow Zlatan Ibrahimovic's example. They have been quite spectacular in the transfer market.

"The signing of Matic gives Manchester United a major boost". Xhaka and Elneny's miscommunications in the double pivot weren't helping either.

The Welshman controlled Xhaka's dinked cross with one touch and buried his shot into the far corner with the next.

There were restless supporters who came late and missed the first two goals, went for a half-time hot dog and missed Welbeck's goal, and then abandoned ship before Ramsey and Giroud had their say. He said: "We let people talk outside the club". Bernardo Silva (£43m) and Danilo (£27m) also join City.

That gives Arsenal very little negotiating power and his exit is now almost inevitable.

Arsenal's first five Premier League fixtures are against Leicester, Stoke, Liverpool, Bournemouth and Chelsea.

With so much exciting, new, the 2017/18 Premier League season will be a simply breath-taking one. One weekend, he had an idea. The roof lifted off the Emirates. If he adapts with his team mates, he could win the award. Final score: Arsenal 4, Leicester 3. Leicester City are struggling too.

And the goals did not stop after the break. Will these trends continue?

Anyway, that's the obvious one. DESIblitz speaks to three British Asian football fans to hear their thoughts. Will the Gunners be able to challenge for the title this season? Goals will be flowing for Lukaku with Pogba creating for him. And they will certainly buy more.

Leicester took the lead for the second time when Vardy, who let's be honest isn't the tallest striker in the league, outjumped all to head in a corner.

Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Alexis Sanchez will play no part in club's opening League game after the Chilean suffered an abdominal strain in training.