United target Sanchez remains absent for Arsenal vs Palace

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United target Sanchez remains absent for Arsenal vs Palace

This is the Gunners first win since since the 28th of December, were they defeated Crystal Palace 3-2.

The Gunners ended a five-match winless run in all competitions and tasted victory for the first time in 2018 thanks to their incredible goal blitz at the Emirates Stadium.

Nacho Monreal (ankle) and Laurent Koscielny (Achilles) both miss out again in defence for the Gunners which should see Rob Holding and Calum Chambers continue on either side of Shkodran Mustafi in the three-man defence.

The Gunners now find themselves the subject of mass transfer speculation, with Sanchez expected to be involved in a swap deal involving United star Henrikh Mkhitaryan, while Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang remains another primary target for Arsene Wenger.

However, they will be confident of securing all three points against Palace due to their imperious home form - having scored in each of their last 25 home games in the league. We of course play the semi-final next week and after we have the Europa League as well, which is another target, so we have to very quickly get over this transfer period because for us especially this period has been more disturbing than ever.

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United will reportedly pay £35 million (39.6 million euros, $48.5 million) for Sanchez, a £20 million transfer fee to Arsenal and £15 million to the player's agent Fernando Felicevich.

Assuming their score holds against Palace, they will still be in sixth.

Unlike last week, however, when Arsenal lost 2-1 at Bournemouth without the forward, his team-mates made light work of his absence here against a poor Palace side.

This time it was young winger Iwobi who provided the finishing touch with a clinical close-range finish from Monreal's cross. "We aren't a top four team or trying to get in the top six, we are planning to avoid relegation and that second-half performance gave me good hope that if we keep fighting like that against a team of Arsenal's quality there is a chance we will reach our goal".

Asked why his form has been much improved since his return - particularly this season, the winger stated that it wasn't a hard question to answer.

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