Wenger: Arsenal not super optimistic Alexis will sign new contract

Wenger: Arsenal not super optimistic Alexis will sign new contract

Arsenal are taking on the 2015/16 Premier League champions Leicester City, who could also be losing some of their star players.

The forward's playing time is likely to be limited this season following the £52million arrival of Alexandre Lacazatte.

A number of players have been deemed surplus to requirements, but the club is finding it hard to offload them either due to the player's wage demands or interested clubs failing to meet Arsenal's valuation of a certain player. Sure, we accept either or even both as necessary... on any other day.

Ozil and Sanchez weren't involved in Arsenal's win over Chelsea in the Community Shield last weekend.

The Egyptian worldwide Mohamed Al Neny assisted in the first goal of 20172018 season of English Premier League، helping his team to snatch a 4-3 dramatic victory over Leicester.

Alexis Sanchez - who is yet to feature for Arsenal since their FA Cup win last season - will miss tonight's game with an abdominal injury.

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Claudio Ranieri's Fearless Foxes had stepped into the courageous, the previously uncharted territory of the Champions, but now, they had to prove their achievement was no fluke, and that they were worthy possessors of a status that everyone craves for but few go on to achieve. It will be interesting to see just how well the Nigerian combines with Vardy up front, having given a good account of himself in pre-season. Winter's lease hath all too long a date, so why the hurry?

That is exactly what Arsenal have become over the past decade.

Brighton begin life in the Premier League against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City at the Amex Stadium (kick-off 5.30pm). And few things cheer the heart of the nation (aside from United supporters, of course) quite as much as the sight of Jose Mourinho in defeat.

The big news is that Alexis Sanchez, linked with a move away from the Emirates, will play no part in the game.

"They are not anxious about the money because they aren't the ones getting it".

The goal also continued Lacazette's phenomenal record in the first game of top-flight seasons over recent years - one he might need to add to after Leicester forwards Shinji Okazaki and Jamie Vardy turned the game on its head.

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