Monaco Defiant In The Face Of Arsenal Pressure Over Lemar

Monaco Defiant In The Face Of Arsenal Pressure Over Lemar

Former Arsenal player turned pundit Alan Smith has weighed in with his opinion on the ongoing Phillipe Coutinho transfer saga, and is in support of Liverpool cashing in on the Brazilian.

Uncertainty has surrounded Sanchez's future this summer, with the Chilean yet to sign an extension to his current contract, which is due to expire next year.

However, Wenger clarified that the forward is simply suffering from the flu and is now expected to join the club's pre-season preparations next week, instead of on Sunday as previously planned.

The 21-year-old winger has been regularly linked with a move to the Gunners and Arsene Wenger has already had a series of bids rejected.

"For me, it's a no-brainer: you've got to let him go, get the money and move on". "We are in touch with him and his doctor", he said. He would have come back tomorrow but he will be here on Tuesday.

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"He's flying back as soon as he's in a position to fly back".

Arsenal take on Sevilla on Sunday as the Emirates Cup continues, while it is looking increasingly unlikely that Sanchez will be ready in time to face Chelsea in the FA Community Shield on August 6. "So that's why I prefer my side".

Asked whether Sanchez has told him he wants to leave, Wenger added: 'I cannot reveal what he says, I can't reveal secret conversations'. "Scoring goals is about being in the right place when the cross comes in - and Lacazette has that quality". And Wenger was full of praise for new signing Sead Kolasinac, who helped set up both of Walcott's goals in his first appearance at the Emirates. "He looks powerful, and the timing of his availability going forward is very good".

Wenger expects plenty of transfers to be completed in the final days of next month and made it clear that he will be "on alert" for any sudden opportunities.

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