Ian Wright explains why Arsenal have benefitted from Man Utd struggles

Ian Wright explains why Arsenal have benefitted from Man Utd struggles

Unai Emery's Arsenal side produced a masterclass away at Fulham as strikers Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score braces in a thumping 5-1 win.

Ramsey - who is with Wales preparing for a friendly with Spain and the nations League game against the Republic of Ireland - has been linked with moves to Spain and Italy, as well as rival clubs in the Premier League.

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Arsenal, who have won six and lost two in their opening eight league games, face Leicester at home next before taking on Sporting CP in the Europa League.

Lacazette, however, wants to silence any chat of such an achievement and focus on doing the things which have enabled Emery to oversee such a streak.

Ramsey also provided a superb through ball to set up Aubameyang's second - and Arsenal's fifth.

"He can play anywhere, in any league, for any elite club".

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The Welsh playmaker is available on a free transfer this summer and has yet to be offered a significant deal by the Gunners. The England worldwide made the switch from the Emirates Stadium to Anfield previous year in what turned out to be an excellent move for the player, and former team-mate Aaron Ramsey could be set to tread the same path.

"Our performance over the 90 minutes was very important; to be together and with our performance we found each moment and each player", said Emery.

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"I know, as plenty will be quick to point out, they haven't all been against the toughest of opponents, on paper at least". We will enjoy it, we are working well and we want to continue like this.

The Gunners lie fourth on the table, level on points with London neighbours Chelsea and one point behind league leaders Manchester City and Liverpool.

Ozil will have a two-week break to regain full match fitness and should be ready to return to the starting lineup when the Premier League returns to action.

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