Arsenal boss unaware of Barcelona's interest in Hector Bellerin

Mar 17, 2017, 00:54
Arsenal boss unaware of Barcelona's interest in Hector Bellerin

Arsenal have given themselves a chance of a third FA Cup title in the past four years, and given that they are fifth in the Premier League, they may well finish in the top four for a 21st successive season under Wenger. However, Arsenal's defence continues to give away goals and continues to make a lot of unnecessary mistakes.

Earlier in the week it was reported that Wenger's right-hand man Primorac was set to leave and take up a managerial post in Turkey - but the Frenchman once again channelled his inner Donald Trump to play down the rumours.

Barcelona have been locked in an increasingly desperate search for an attacking right-back since Dani Alves moved to Juventus previous year.

Arsene Wenger has ruled out any possibility that Hector Bellerin will be leaving Arsenal.

Knowingly and humorously touching on the recent common phrase, as well as following up Arsenal's dismissal of the story on Wednesday, the 67-year-old added that the speculation seemed a effect of the recent media climate. It's very hard to take these things seriously'.

After the Gunners' season going off the rails in the past few weeks, and with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil's futures at the clubs in doubt, the Catalan giants have jumped on what could prove to be an Arsenal exodus in the summer.

Wenger's side are now 16 points adrift of leaders Chelsea and are five points behind fourth-placed Liverpool in the hunt to secure a place in next season's Champions League.

Elneny is yet to play a game since suffering an ankle injury during the fourth-round FA Cup win over Sutton United on 20 February.

"For us it's vital of course (to win at West Brom)".

Adding his voice to growing discontent with the manager's performance, he told the Press Association: "Arsene is a class act but there is this vibe at the moment that maybe he's not as clear about how to get a team to continue their success".

"I have nothing to say about that anymore", a frustrated Wenger stated. But what is for sure is we are in a position where we can not waste points.

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