How much Man Utd wanted for Arsenal-bound misfit — Henrikh Mkhitaryan

How much Man Utd wanted for Arsenal-bound misfit — Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Guardiola admits he wants to strengthen his squad further but is only likely to bring in new players at the end of the season, and he insists he is happy to continue with Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus and Raheem Sterling as his options in a central attacking role for the rest of 2017-18. "We wish him all the best".

Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan is set to undergo a medical at Premier League rivals Arsenal in the next 48 hours, allowing Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez to seal his move in the other direction, British media reported on Saturday (Jan 20). Mourinho, however, stated that he is unaware of how close they were in completing the deal.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger revealed the transfer was "likely" after Arsenal's 4-1 demolition of Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon, explaining that Sanchez was omitted from the squad because "you can not drive up north and play football at the same time".

Arsenal will have to raise their opening bid of €50 million if they are to land Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, says The Telegraph .

When asked about the shutouts, Mourinho said: "We defended well since the beginning of the season".

'I think there are managers like Arsene who deserve the utmost respect because of what he's done in the game of football, not least here in England, ' said Hodgson.

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The third set took 2:22 and momentum swung. " She stayed there mentally strong, so many, many congrats to her". Davis was broken in the third game, throwing in an unfortunate double-fault on break point.

England worldwide Wilshere's contract is up at the end of the season, with the Gunners only willing to offer him a new deal that includes a 20 per cent paycut. "I respect Man United, they pay for their players by their own resources and it's up to them to decide how much to give to the players".

"We know the way they play, they are better than anyone playing that way, and you need to adapt to it to be successful".

The Gunners' dynamic display was a well-timed rebuttal to the critics who claimed the imminent sale of Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United would ruin their already troubled season.

"He can play four positions", Rongen said.

Mourinho had earlier told Sky Sports: "We knew it was going to be hard, especially if you don't score goals to kill the match, so at 1-0 it will always be a game until the last second".