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Mikel Arteta sends title warning to Manchester City

Arsenal face off with Chelsea on Tuesday evening.

Arsenal head into the game having dropped down to 2nd place in the Premier League for the first time in months.

The Gunners lost to Manchester City last week and after the Sky Blues played Fulham on Sunday, they climbed above the north Londoners with a game in hand.

The title race is not completely over, but it would seemingly take something of a collapse on the part of Pep Guardiola’s side for Arsenal to now lift their first PL trophy since 2004.

Despite this, Mikel Arteta sent a warning to the Manchester outfit ahead of his side facing Chelsea, pointing out that it is not over yet:

“Win tomorrow, that’s what we have to do, and within the disappointment and the spirit around it, two things,” said Arteta.

“The first one, recognise what a lot of people have done at the club. To get us back in the Champions League was already a difficult thing to achieve and not a lot of people were very optimistic that we had the ability to do that at the start of the season.

“We are still upset and we want more. So if we want to be the club that we want to be, to be consistently with the best, that’s the mentality that we need. And that’s what I loved more in the last few days.

“We still have the nicest part of the season to play with five games to go. When I still look at it, it’s like, this is not over.”

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