Unai Emery names the THREE players he expects to leave this summer

Arsenal transfer news Unai Emery is keen to sign Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng

Arsenal transfer news Unai Emery is keen to sign Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng

Unai Emery is the new man in the Emirates Stadium dugout, and his trophy-laden track record suggests that brighter times could be ahead for the Gunners following their lowest league finish since 1994-95. He believes the current Arsenal squad is far more superior than the previous Premier League winning teams.

It's a fascinating interview with Unai Emery.

The experienced Maurizio Sarri is the latest incumbent in the Chelsea hot seat having replaced Antonio Conte last month. Usually, Chelsea have a successful first year under a new sporting leadership. If Arsenal are going to get back into the top four this season it will be due to their attack and that will likely be determined by the performance of Aubameyang.

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher is predicting that we will see a much more tactically astute and disciplined Arsenal side this season under the North London club's new boss Unai Emery.

"If it's not their goal to win the league, why all the changes in the club?" With these two in the team, Arsenal have creativity in abundance, especially with their pacey strikers making runs in behind City's defence.

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The German keeper also heaped praise on Arsenal's arch-rivals Spurs, who have impressed under Mauricio Pochettino.

That gutsy display against the eventual bronze medalists is thought to have gained manager Akira Nishino more favour in his homeland, but the Japan FA would still prefer to bring in Wenger.

The Croatian World Cup hero would be a welcomed addition to the lacklustre Arsenal backline, a problem which Emery has highlighted as his side's biggest weakness over the summer transfer window.

To begin with, he was asked if Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are going to build a dynasty in the British top tier, like the way Bayern Munich did in Germany.

"They return on Monday, train Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and today, so you can imagine that they are not really fit and ready", he said, although he was happy that Chilean Alexis Sanchez was raring to go after a full pre-season.

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