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He said: "I think the champions are the team to beat - they weren't champions for nothing".

In comments to SFR Sport this week, Wenger admitted he was feeling "not super optimistic" about the Chilean superstar, scorer of 30 goals last season, signing a new deal.

One player the Frenchman is backing to adapt to the Premier League quickly is Arsenal's other new summer signing, Sead Kolasinac.

"We have a giant on our chest, which is really heavy, but we don't compare our potential to the biggest clubs in Europe right now".

The 2016 PFA Player of the Season had always been linked with a move to the Gunners and looks set to leave the Foxes this term, however it seems that Arsene Wenger is not keen.

Danny Rose has admitted that he would be open to the possibility of leaving Tottenham Hotspur in the future amid reports linking him to Manchester United.

Everyone knows the drill - when a player who is trying to leave a club then becomes 'ill" or "injured' the rumours will fly.

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"That's really hard these days". That changes absolutely everything.

The Chile worldwide has been on extended leave following his participation in the Confederations Cup this summer and Wenger said on Wednesday Sanchez will miss the club's opening match of the 2017/18 league campaign against Leicester City at home on Friday and the following weekend away to Stoke City with an abdominal strain.

"I want the team to be on a par with the club's history, which is something I've been lucky enough to feel at every club - there was the same kind of feeling at Inter [Milan] and at Real Madrid". Especially last season, where the dropped three points could have earned them a Champions League spot.

Wenger has insisted several times that Sanchez will not be sold, although links with Manchester City continue.

"At some stage, the players came to see me and said, 'What's going on boss?'"

"You come away from home, score three goals and are almost there and then concede two.bitterly disappointed", he said. "I can take a gamble on one, maybe maximum two", Wenger said.

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