Losing Alexis on a free would cost Arsenal £140 million — Wenger

"I have no doubt about Alexis' mind and mentality, that people question", said Wenger.

'He needs to come back to full fitness, which he was not at against Liverpool.

"Hopefully we can fix it so all the other clubs in Europe finish at the same time". So the only thing we can do if possible is to try and do a deal with cash. The Chilean forward, still rated among the best attacking footballers at the moment, is low on confidence and desperately looking for a way out of the Emirates to rediscover his form. "There are some who are tapped up on the afternoon of a game by people who want to get them out".

In a very informative and opinionated interview with beIN SPORTS, Wenger said that how it all played out this summer will have a huge financial impact next summer transfer window. "Not before Christmas, that's why I didn't involve him in the Europa League, but overall I hope that after Christmas he will be available".

Asked if Sanchez's potential departure to City was dependent on Arsenal securing the services of Lemar, Wenger was typically evasive in his response.

"The players have no clarity".

UEFA announced it would investigate PSG, who are "very confident" they will pass FFP tests.

Arsenal take on Bournemouth in the Premier League this weekend.

It's one hell of a cost, one that is more than any qualification for the Champions League would likely bring in, and one hell of a gamble. As far as I know, UEFA didn't call us to say that we are being investigated.

The saga rumbles on. 'We were interested in Alexis and in the end Arsenal decided not to sell him.

Tyrone Mings has become the latest Cherries star to commit to the club after penning an improved long-term contract. In fact, anything but.

Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle is considering shutting down club's academy following a lack of youngsters breaking into the first team. Bravo however has stated that the incident could have been avoided.

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