Here is your morning Arsenal digest on Sunday, September 17.
Wenger on title
Legendary former Arsene boss Arsene Wenger has claimed that Manchester City losing Kevin De Bruyne to injury could help the Gunners in their quest to win the Premier League title this season. «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.»
Gabriel Jesus praise
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has hailed Gabriel Jesus' influence since joining from Manchester City a little over 12 months ago.
«He changed our world last season,» the Spaniard said when asked about Jesus. «He brought a different energy, a different belief, a different threat, a different fear to opponents.
»We have to build him up. He is a tremendous player. He is going to be really important."
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Former Arsenal has backed the Gunners to defeat Everton in today's Premier League clash at Goodison Park. He wrote in his SportsKeeda column: «Everton strangely turn up in these big games so I wouldn't be surprised if this one ends all square.
»One day, they're going to start putting all their chances away and that will be the day they click. That said, Arsenal undoubtedly go into this game as overwhelming favourites and will be under pressure to get all three points if Manchester City win their game.
«This game is far from a foregone conclusion, but I fancy Arsenal to step up to the plate and pick up all three points. Arsenal have had their fair share of problems in recent weeks, butRead on football.london