AC Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura 'fascinated' by Premier League

Even winning Europa League won't save Wenger Souness

AC Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura 'fascinated' by Premier League

Considering that they face a tough Round of 16 second leg against Barcelona at the Nou Camp, it'll be a big ask for them to reach the quarter-finals let alone the tournament showpiece in May.

Ironically, Bellerin had gone to great lengths to defend Arsenal and Wenger, including accusing noted critics ArsenalFanTV at the Oxford Union.

Wenger admits the Europa League is all the Gunners have left to fight for, with a top-four finish in the Premier League an outrageous pipe dream at this stage. Those changes have been taken up a notch recently with Raul Sanllehi signing on as Head of Football Relations and Sven Mislintat coming in as Head of Recruitment. It's a group of players in dire need of fresh impetus, just as Milan were before Gattuso took charge.

"I will try to give my best as long as I am here, and do everything to get the team back to more confidence".

Those who are questioning the confusing and far from transparent ownership dealings at Milan will nearly certainly be the subject of envy from Arsenal fans.

The Arsenal manager is under intense pressure after losing 2-1 at Brighton on Super Sunday - a fourth straight defeat in all competitions and an eighth loss in their last 13 matches.

Winning the UEFA Europa League looks to be Arsenal's only realistic method of reaching the UEFA Champions League, but that will be hard on current form, so the Gunners may well end the campaign without major silverware or a passage into Europe's elite competition.

"The player has responsibility on the pitch and the boss has responsibility too" said Koscielny. What happens out there will tell us what we can do.

"At least Arsenal have goals in them and this is the competition they're all in for, so I actually think they are value in them as outsiders to win on Thursday night".

Arsenal fans may have finally nailed the coffin on Arsene Wenger's reign at the club, with the news that a vast majority of supporters have voted against the Frenchman remaining at the Emirates beyond the current campaign.

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