Wenger explains why Arsenal has a real chance of winning the Premier League

Arsene Wenger has shared his thoughts on why he believes the Gunners have a chance to win the Premier League ahead of Manchester City in the current campaign.

Arsenal came close to ending their decade-long wait for a league title last season but ultimately fell short. However, the club has bolstered its squad by signing some talented players in the recent transfer window, with the aim of preparing the team for the challenges ahead this season.

While City is still regarded as the favourites to win the title, they have faced challenges, including the loss of Ilkay Gundogan last summer and the injury-prone nature of Kevin de Bruyne. These two players played pivotal roles in City’s success last season, and Wenger believes their absence could open the door for Arsenal to contend for the league title.

“I believe as well that City, having lost De Bruyne for a long period and Gundogan, who was a very important player, even if they are a top team I don’t disagree with that, maybe they (Arsenal) can take advantage of it,” Wenger told the Seaman Says podcast

“But we have to deal with the Champions League and that costs points as well.”

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City has looked weakened in this campaign, but they were also busy in the transfer window and have capable replacements for the above players.

We cannot underestimate them, instead, we need to focus on winning as many of our games as possible.

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  1. Spurs comeback win after 98 mins, mancity comeback win in second half, Liverpool comeback win. This season seems to be harder than ever. And can any team really win against mancity this season. They are not playing beautiful but they look invincible till now. Hope luck wont favors them forever.

    1. Spurs are only having a good time temporarily that hits a bump next week. I agree on city and pool but i’m confident we’ll topple them if we can execute our strategy which is highly likely to be successfull.

  2. When Mr Arsenal speaks personally I stand up and listen ,but on this occasion I think he’s just being kind ,which is what he does regarding Arsenal.

  3. The lost of Ilkay Gundogan, Mahrez and others haven’t seems to stop the champions from going on a early rampage not even the sideline of the aging Kevin de Bruyne.

    My early predictions was just as the legendary Frenchman did, had picked the top three to be Arsenal, Liverpool and the Citizens in the same order.

    How the champions have gone about their business, the rest of the field may only be playing for minor places, unless the wheels falls off somewhere in the campaign.

  4. We have no chance of winning the league, sorry! Not with the unrelenting long-term injuries and the CL to contend with. Not to talk of spending stupid money on an average player like Havertz.

  5. If what is credited to Wenger is true then it demonstrates that he either lacks insight or just wants to say something positive.
    MC have a balanced, settled side even without De Bruyne. They have strengthened key areas of the team. Their results with and without De Bruyne were similar.
    Arsenal still have a chance of course but not for the reasons put forward by Wenger.

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