Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has sniped at the recent rant by rival manager Jose Mourinho. The Manchester United boss recently insisted that his side had not spent enough money to challenge runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City following his side’s failure to beat Burnley on Boxing Day.
Jose Mourinho has claimed that his whole team will be tasked with attacking, as well as defending as his Manchester United side take on Arsenal on Saturday.
The Red Devils travel to the Emirates for tomorrow’s crunch Premier League encounter, in which Arsenal could close to within a point of second spot with a win.
Arsenal play host to Manchester United at the Emirates this weekend, as we look to close the gap between ourselves and second place to only one point.
Do Alexis and Ozil work better with ruthless managers? By Goonerboy
It is becoming more and more likely that Arsenal will lose both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, of which some Gooners are already resigned to, and personally I can’t wait to see them leave, as I only want players that are committed and loyal to the cause…
Arsene Wenger has always maintained that it is extremely important for Arsenal to play beautiful attractive football that will entertain the fans. He has also emphasised that he doesn’t worry too much about opposing teams tactics and sticks to playing The Arsenal Way, then winning will come naturally. It has been exciting to watch over the years but it is obviously detrimental to actually winning games, according to the man that has played under both Mourinho and Wenger for many years, Petr Cech.
Manchester United manager mentioned Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez mistakenly in an interview this week, sending social media into meltdown.
The Chilean international has been strongly linked with the exit door this summer, with his current contract having run into his final 12 months, and with a mexican stand-off having ensued.
Jose Mourinho is set to take on Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal on Sunday with his Manchester United side, and their appears to be some strange mind-games going down.
The Portuguese tactician claims that he will seemingly weaken his starting XI as he looks to prioritise the Europa League competition, in which his side hold a 1-0 advantage going into their home leg.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has claimed that he will be make a number of changes for the upcoming encounter with Arsenal, but that does not mean he will be setting his team up to lose.