Wenger was one of the staunchest backers of FFP regulations when they were introduced by UEFA but has changed his mind after seeing transfer fees spiral out of control this summer despite the efforts to curb club spending.
Arsene Wenger has his work cut as he tries to unite his divided dressing room and can't afford to drop points in front of their own fans.
"I've had all the players here and we speak today, but they all had their weaknesses as well". Wanyama out Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama will miss Saturday's Premier League trip to Everton and his team's first Champions League game of the season against Borussia Dortmund next week with a knee injury, his club said.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger appears to have suggested "tapping up" might hold some of the blame for his side 4-0 humiliation at the hands of Liverpool prior to the global break, as at least a couple of his players were angling for a move at that time.
"Many things happen in the last second, which I regret".
Arsenal are in desperate need of a good result when they take on Bournemouth in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. The flexibility of his ankle looks good, his mobility is good and now it's back to getting back to full fitness without having any set-backs. Last few seasons have invariably started with these fans frothing at their mouths and trending hashtags such as #wengerout on social media platforms.
'You could say if he wants another two years give him another two years - but my personal opinion is that he should have gone after beating Chelsea. Those who want to retire me will get to see me play again. "You make decisions in which you choose one or the other one".
And Wenger now thinks that if FFP can not be effectively enforced, UEFA should just "open the door completely" to outside investments. Given the fact that he has already played under Arsene Wenger, the Frenchman should not take too long to get adjusted to the way the Gunners play.