Premier League intentions
One Arsenal man has been talking about the clubs Premier League target this season and it’s clear what they want to do domestically.
The club are currently out of the top four race and are now looking to just finish in the top six if they can.
Though, it might not be needed if they can progress through to the final of the Europa League and go all the way.
The winner is guaranteed a spot in next years Champions League but there are still big sides left in the competition.
That means that they can certainly not put all their eggs in one basket and they must perform in the Premier League and get results.
Now, Henrikh Mkhitaryan has claimed that they will not forget about their domestic aims and will look to win ‘every game’.
“We still have seven games to go in the Premier League and we have to win every game,” he explained.
“We can’t think that we don’t need to play because we’re in sixth place.”
At the same time, Mkhitaryan didn’t sound the most confident on winning the Europa League.
The player suggested that Arsene Wenger’s side will go ‘as far as we can’.
“All we can do is stick together and win the game,” he continued.
“We want to go as far as we can.”
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Why there is still much to play for Arsenal this season, the club seemingly have one eye on next year.
Reports over the past few weeks have included a whole host of managers that could replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
The Frenchman finally looks set to lose his place at the London side and there are a number of bosses lined up.
One who might not be on his way to Arsenal is Thomas Tuchel after this recent claim from Raphael Honigstein.