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Pundit claims Arsenal signing was 'used and abused' at Man United

Pundit claims Arsenal signing was 'used and abused' at Man United

"That is one of his challenges, I think, by joining us".

Nobody can deny Mkhitaryan's ability but his dedication was questioned by Mourinho after the Armenia global sealed his January move to Arsenal as part of Alexis Sanchez's switch to Manchester United.

On the contrary, he says, Arsene Wenger is more understanding towards his players, and the Frenchman has a "friendlier" approach towards his players.

Rumours circulated that the 29-year-old was staying behind after Arsenal training to help out in the striker's drills.

"I am not surprised about that because I find that absolutely normal". You can't tell me Pep Guardiola wouldn't want to have managed Arsenal?

"Obviously, we're sad to lose him, but I'm excited to see what he does".




Following their 5-1 thrashing of Everton last weekend, everyone suddenly thought Arsenal were back in with a chance of finishing in the top-four.

The Gunners' new signing talked about the nature of the two managers he has played for in his time in England, as he gets to know his new surroundings at Arsenal. "There are loads of points still to play for, so we need to look forward".

"So it was just a dream, it was a drive to say, 'why not?" "The goal was just to be back as quickly as possible, but of course you have these kinds of games that you want to be involved in".

Arsenal spent too much time "waiting for something to happen" as Harry Kane's second-half strike doomed the Gunners to a 1-0 loss to Tottenham, according to Hector Bellerin.

And after the match, Wenger admitted that Lacazette was going through a "difficult period" that has been compounded by the arrival of competition in the form of Aubameyang.