Arsene Wenger Better on Players than Jose Mourinho — Henrikh Mkhitaryan

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GETTY Jose Mourinho has never won at St James Park

Mkhitaryan swapped the Red Devils for the Gunners last month, in a move that saw Chile worldwide Alexis Sanchez head in the opposite direction.

But they are now back together again and even combined for Aubameyang's first ever Arsenal goal on his debut in the 5-1 mauling of Everton last weekend.

Having worked under the Frenchman for a fortnight now, Mkhitaryan seems much fonder of how Wenger treats his players.

"It's like [being reunited with] a brother, a good friend", Aubameyang told the Arsenal Weekly Podcast.

"I think it could only be in a dream that we could join another club other than Dortmund but I am very happy for that".

When has he ever bought a 29-year-old for £60m with no sell-on clause?

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The Gabon worldwide moved to the club from Borussia Dortmund last month, and marked his impressive debut with a goal, and will be looking to add to that tally against North London rivals Tottenham this afternoon.

"And I think this was the best moment for me, because there were a few things that didn't work out in Manchester..."

We're sure several former players would agree with Mkhitaryan's assessment of the different managerial techniques of both Wenger and Mourinho. "They are a very competitive team with a lot of quality and sure, it will be a hard game, an unbelievable game and it's going to demand our best performance to win". "We are an attacking team and I've put one more defensive midfielder in".

With Pogba absent for the Chelsea game in November, Mkhitaryan played ahead of defensive midfielders Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera and only managed 20 passes during his 62 minutes on the pitch - a considerable difference to his 42 during the Everton game on Saturday.

Wenger said: "His target is to have an impact in the Premier League because he knows that, today, to be acknowledged as a top-class striker, you have to do it in the Premier League".

He also adds his time at Manchester United was a success and states the fact that he scored and won in the Europa League Final.

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