Henry would accept Arsenal job if asked to clean up Wenger's mess

Henry would accept Arsenal job if asked to clean up Wenger's mess

Arsenal go into the round-of-16 tie on a four-match losing streak for the first time since 2002 and face an in-form Milan who are unbeaten in 13 games in all competitions.

Spaniard Bellerin has featured in all 29 of Arsenal's league matches this season and has made three starts in UEFA's secondary club competition.

A win in this game will do many wonders for Arsenal but I don't think that they are good enough at the moment get the win away from home at the San Siro.

Back-to-back defeats in the Premier League have left the Gunners trailing fourth-placed Tottenham by 12 points and Wenger has admitted they are likely to finish outside the Champions League places for a second successive season.

The Gunners and Milan are both struggling in their bids to qualify for next season's Champions League via their respective leagues-AC are seventh in Serie A.

However, according to The Mirror, the move was taken as a precaution as the right-back had a tight hamstring, and he now appears to have been hampered by a knee problem, which he had sustained earlier in the season.

Meanwhile, Gattuso's appointment at Milan is certainly something Arsenal should take note of.

Arsenal have started 2018 in bad form and the pressure on Arsene Wenger's position is looking like it finally may reach breaking point.

Kilbane also claims that the clamour for Thierry Henry to be given a chance in the Arsenal dugout are premature and identified the man they should turn to when the manager's position eventually becomes vacant.

First-half goals from Brighton's Lewis Dunk and Glenn Murray put Chris Hughton's side in control, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang replying for Arsenal.

Those who are questioning the confusing and far from transparent ownership dealings at Milan will nearly certainly be the subject of envy from Arsenal fans.

"We have a saying over at Arsenal, victory through harmony", Kroenke recently told the Woj Podcast. It is also dependent on Chelsea, who would have to do Wenger's side a massive favour.

Arsene Wenger has arguably never been under more pressure in his role as Arsenal manager. AC Milan are a team that is playing well and it seems like everything the manager is trying is working.

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