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Arsene Wenger confirms negotiations over transfer of £17m striker

Arsene Wenger has admitted he will sit down for negotiations with unsettled Arsenal forward Lucas Perez.


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The Spaniard joined Arsenal last summer for £17million, however, has so far struggled for playing time, starting just three matches in the Premier League and Champions League.

The striker admitted over the weekend that he would be ready to rejoining Deportivo La Coruna this summer if his playing time doesn’t improve.

However, Wenger dreams to keep Perez at Arsenal and is preparing to sit down with the uncapped International to talks about his future.

The Gunners head coach claimed: “He is a top-quality striker and I haven’t been able to give him the games he wants or deserves.

“I would love to [keep him] – if I’m the manager I would love to. We have to sit down together and see if he has a reasonable chance.”

The 28-year-old has made 21 appearances in all tournaments since joining the Emirates outfit, netting seven goals in the process.

Meanwhile, Granit Xhaka claims. Arsenal must win all their last four matches to stand an opportunity of qualifying for the Champions League.

The North Londoners beat fifth-placed Manchester United 2-0 at The Emirates on Sunday, however still trail them by couple points, with a game in support.

The Reds, in third, lead them by seven points, having performed two games more and fourth-placed Man City are six points ahead, with one less math to play.

The Gunners know their opportunities stay thin of keeping up manager Arsene Wenger’s 100% record and reaching Europe’s top club tournament for the 21st campaign in a row.

The Frenchman and his side now face their final quartet of Premier matches in the period of 11 days, beginning at Southampton on Wednesday, where they have failed to obtain a victory in their last five visits in the top flight.

“This is a phase where we have to win every game, which we know,” said Swiss star Xhaka.

“We have four games left that we need to approach in the same way as the United game. If we do that, I’m convinced that we can achieve what we want now.

“We always have hope – hope dies last. It’s up to us, we need some luck along the way, but if we win the next four games, I’m convinced that we can do it.

“This is a top club, a great club. We’re having a season where things have been a bit more difficult but I’m convinced that in the coming years we can show another side.” – He Added.


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  • Arsene Wenger confirms negotiations over transfer of £17m striker
  • Arsene Wenger has admitted he will sit down for negotiations with unsettled Arsenal forward Lucas Perez.


                            👆☝👆☝👆☝
    The Spaniard joined Arsenal last summer for £17million, however, has so far struggled for playing time, starting just three matches in the Premier League and Champions League.

    The striker admitted over the weekend that he would be ready to rejoining Deportivo La Coruna this summer if his playing time doesn’t improve.

    However, Wenger dreams to keep Perez at Arsenal and is preparing to sit down with the uncapped International to talks about his future.

    The Gunners head coach claimed: “He is a top-quality striker and I haven’t been able to give him the games he wants or deserves.

    “I would love to [keep him] – if I’m the manager I would love to. We have to sit down together and see if he has a reasonable chance.”

    The 28-year-old has made 21 appearances in all tournaments since joining the Emirates outfit, netting seven goals in the process.

    Meanwhile, Granit Xhaka claims. Arsenal must win all their last four matches to stand an opportunity of qualifying for the Champions League.

    The North Londoners beat fifth-placed Manchester United 2-0 at The Emirates on Sunday, however still trail them by couple points, with a game in support.

    The Reds, in third, lead them by seven points, having performed two games more and fourth-placed Man City are six points ahead, with one less math to play.

    The Gunners know their opportunities stay thin of keeping up manager Arsene Wenger’s 100% record and reaching Europe’s top club tournament for the 21st campaign in a row.

    The Frenchman and his side now face their final quartet of Premier matches in the period of 11 days, beginning at Southampton on Wednesday, where they have failed to obtain a victory in their last five visits in the top flight.

    “This is a phase where we have to win every game, which we know,” said Swiss star Xhaka.

    “We have four games left that we need to approach in the same way as the United game. If we do that, I’m convinced that we can achieve what we want now.

    “We always have hope – hope dies last. It’s up to us, we need some luck along the way, but if we win the next four games, I’m convinced that we can do it.

    “This is a top club, a great club. We’re having a season where things have been a bit more difficult but I’m convinced that in the coming years we can show another side.” – He Added.


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