Arsenal without Sanchez for season opener

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That is a effect of the madness that has taken hold of the Premier League over the past few years.

"This is a good system because we've got the quality in the side to apply any system".

The Frenchman praised the achievements of Diacre, who has managed the club for three seasons, but went on to suggest the role of a football manager could well change entirely in the next "10-15 years".

Key Stat: Arsenal have won their last seven home games against Leicester in all competitions.

Wenger also hinted that there could be another summer signing at Arsenal following the arrival of Alenxandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac. His addition to the players already at the Emirates gives Arsenal even more attacking options. As reported Alexis Sanchez will play no part after his abdominal strain and joins Shkodran Mustafi, Jack Wilshere, Mesut Ozil, Per Mertesaker, Aaron Ramsey, Francis Coquelin, and Gabriel on the side lines.

Arsenal and Leicester City will face each other in the Premier League on Friday evening.

A new report from the Independentindicates that Paris Saint-Germain aren't done spending big on summer transfers just yet, and that could affect Manchester City. The Parisians are desperate to sign Alexis, as Neymar and Dani Alves have reportedly asked the Ligue 1 club's hierarchy to sign the Chilean star. If Arsenal can secure a first Premier League title since 2004, it won't sting quite so much when Sanchez walks away for free. As a game is in 90 that would guarantee you a goal.

The situation surrounding Sanchez is muddled by a number of intricacies.

"But you could say that Ibrahimovic transferred an identical amount of goals from France to England". Record signing Alexandra Lacazette looks likely to start after impressing in preseason along with Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck. The Bosnian made the Bundesliga Best XI in 2016-17 and had the most assists by a defender during the league season.

However, his absence from the Community Shield, coupled with Wenger's revelation that he will miss the game against Leicester, and possibly Stoke, has further fuelled rumours over his future.

Wayne Rooney will make his first league start for Everton since returning to Goodison Park from Manchester United, but it will be his third competitive appearance in his second spell with his boyhood club.