Besides Alexandre Lacazette, who is on schedule to return from his knee injury in a few weeks, Arsenal is in good shape health-wise.
"I want to be in the Champions League", Wenger said.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is anxious by an apparent dip in attendance at the Emirates stadium in recent weeks but said he is confident the team will do "absolutely everything" to win back their fans. I think he'll return after the global break, he's on the right track.
"I can not say anything more because there is nothing to say about it and I do not want to offend Arsene, whom I adore and for whom I have a lot of respect".
British media reports said there were thousands of empty seats in Arsenal's 3-0 Premier League win over Watford on Sunday despite the club selling 59,131 tickets, just short of their total capacity of 59,867 seats. You pick the best team to win the next game.
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'He had a full session today, he should be back after the break'.
Speaking to Evening Standard, ex-Chelsea midfielder Lampard hinted at the importance of having Ramsey at the Emirates and how Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could even build a team around him.
Away goals do factor in as a tie-breaker in the Europa League knock-out stages, so Arsenal are in a comfortable position to progress after the 2-0 win in Milan last week, though another strong performance will likely be needed to see this one through. "Sometimes when you have a negative spirit it is hard to get out".
"Nothing is impossible. We're proving that with our own challenge for a place in the Champions League next season, so even a 2-0 defeat at home can be overturned". "I hope he will do it".
Liverpool, in any case, got €37.8 million for making the final a couple of seasons ago and the hit Arsenal take will not be quite so hard to endure if it proves to be a one off.