London Derby ends with a goalless draw

Sanchez was named on the bench for Wednesday's goalless first leg, featuring as a second-half substitute at Stamford Bridge.

And while the Gunners are open to bringing in players, Wenger claimed Malcom is not a priority target.

Those cries were followed by sheepish glances behind him to see if anyone noticed.

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"We are reviewing the games from this week and coming up with some ideas for the games next week to try to make that more effective". Dugout or press box - Wenger's impulsiveness makes for enthralling entertainment.

"I want him to stay longer", said Wenger.

Although English Premier League leaders Manchester City are keen to sign Sanchez after their move for the Chile forward fell through in August, Wenger claimed he is still completely focused on the Arsenal cause despite a series of lacklustre performances.

Arsenal Egyptian winger, Mohamed el- Nenny participated at the last 20 minutes of the game to replace the injured, Jack Wilshere.

Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey are both back in contention to play for Arsenal at Bournemouth in the Premier League on Sunday lunchtime.

Maybe he listens to journalists after all.

The Italian has now left Germany and is relocating back to London, where he managed Chelsea from 2009 to 2011, with his family.

"I personally want to keep him until May, to know him better, to assess his level", the Frenchman said.

"There is one thing to punish somebody individually and another thing to punish everybody", he said.

These two sides have only met on six occasions, with Arsenal winning five of the previous meetings. Eden Hazard was replaced by Tiemoue Bakayoko.

The Standard reports that Ancelotti, who was sacked by Bayern Munich in September, is moving back to London with his family next month. No time for pleasantries.

The 27 year old Belgian has been a vital part of Chelsea's team since his arrival at the club from LOSC Lille in 2012. I think in the last period [of the pitch] we must be more clinical, better offensively. His crusade against referees, his team's shock FA Cup loss to Nottingham Forest and their stuttering league form has made him grumpy.

A major boost for United in their pursuit for the world-class winger.

Meanwhile, Wenger has branded Iwobi's actions "unacceptable" and he confirmed Iwobi would be fined if he was found to have breached Arsenal rules.

Wenger did manage a smile as Arsenal launched a rare attack. We need someone who can slot right in and proceed with it like we never even changed. No doubt he reserved his opinion on his striker's finishing for half-time.

Arsenal fans get a lot of stick online and there's often a good reason.

  • Ricardo Clara