Wenger worrying about poor attendances at Arsenal home games

Wenger worrying about poor attendances at Arsenal home games

Lacazette is recovering from minor knee surgery but is set to return after the worldwide break.

"We can still do it - Arsenal are unusual and open - they are capable of beating you 4-0 and then conceding just as many at home", he told Sky Sport Italia.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes the quality of opponent in the Europa League is now at a "higher level than ever before" as his side prepare to face AC Milan at the Emirates.

Recognising that internal strife will dent Arsenal's bid to get back on track in the closing weeks of the season, Mkhitaryan called on supporters to show their true colours.

And Arsenal will be more than up for the challenge ahead as they aim to qualify for the Champions League through the back door.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang looked sharp on the pitch, though he is ineligible for Arsenal's European campaign this season after his move from Dortmund.

Aaron Ramsey and Laurent Koscielny should be back in the starting lineup after being rested for the 3-0 win over Watford last weekend. You pick the best team to win the next game.

"Nothing is impossible. We're proving that with our own challenge for a place in the Champions League next season, so even a 2-0 defeat at home can be overturned".

"Perhaps going upstairs, easing the tension and allowing the team to have a go for the Europa League without the same strain".

Wenger chatted with players on a one-to-one basis throughout the training session.

'We can't take our foot off the gas, we need to treat it as if it's 0-0, that's the right mentality to have'. "Sometimes when you have a negative spirit it is hard to get out".

"On my side nothing has changed", Wenger shrugged.

"That is my desire and I hope he will do it". "I don't know [what the chances of him staying are] but Jack will be free at the end of the season".

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