Arsenal beat Leicester City 4-3 in Premier League opener

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"He is an intelligent player who can integrate our game well as we have a game backed on mobility, technique".

But he is no closer to shifting those deemed surplus to requirements as he believes many Premier League clubs are in the same position.

But Leicester collapsed as substitutes Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud scored inside the final seven minutes to snatch a dramatic three points for Arsene Wenger's men.

Leicester held off a series of Arsenal attacks as the half wound down, and almost took a two goal lead as another cross from a free kick caused chaos in the home box. This was only Leicester City's second defeat in their last 17 Premier League away games.

However, other reports today claim Wenger is not confident Sanchez will extend, with the Arsenal boss having reportedly told SFR Sports he is not not "super optimistic" the Chilean will renew.

A club record 58 million pound lured Real Madrid forward Alvaro Morata from the European champions, while Tiemoue Bakayoko and Antonio Rudiger also joined Chelsea, whose spending climbed over 130 million pound.

"But when it doesn't happen, you still have to fight and manage to keep your motivation at the highest level". Let's move on to No. 4 for another crucial lesson.

The goal sucked the confidence out of Arsenal, who had been building presentable opportunities of their own via a highly charged Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain run, Danny Welbeck's shot against Maguire's rump, and a Sead Kolasinac deflected effort.

If he can maintain that record that would be ideal for us. The Gunners certainly need his form from his past seasons if they want to win this one.

Keeping his place in the starting 11, Holding didn't look as impressive as last week.

It did not ease off too much after the break. His initial return to training was delayed by three days, with Arsenal citing an illness, and now he is injured.

Currently the assistant manager at League One side Chesterfield, the 45-year-old was a long-serving employee at City and worked as part of the academy setup overseen by Jim Cassell.

The Frenchman, who has been at the club since 1996, has been given a chance to turn things around despite calls for his head from disgruntled Arsenal fans waiting for a first league title under his stewardship since he led them to the crown in 2004.

Arsenal struggled all game against Leicester's high pressure, and it was a mistake from Elneny and Granit Xhaka against the pressure that led the Jamie Vardy's goal to make it 2-1. I think if you read the French papers, they are on Mbappe's case to finish their transfer market.