Kanu who made a total of 119 Premier League appearances for the Gunners between 1999 and 2004 is rated as one of the top African players signed by Wenger. As such, the likes of Besiktas and Paris Saint-Germain have been associated with a pre-contract agreement for his services, though Mourinho has now highlighted that the midfielder will remain at the club.
It was a disappointing end to what was a relatively pleasing match for Arsenal as Marouane Fellaini headed a last-minute victor for Manchester United. "We have the three points, we are sure to participate in the Champions League", Fellaini told reporters.
City have also now equalled the record set by Chelsea in 2004-05 for away wins in a Premier League season but they are not done yet. "I don't know if he is going to be out", Jose said.
However, the player is not interested in a 12 month extension and reportedly wants at least a two-year deal to continue with Mourinho's side.
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"It is to secure the future of the country and galvanise it on the path of real development", he said. Is this new front in making keen to include the Congress or not is something that needs to be seen.
Mkhitaryan did not celebrate at the home of his old club, but his Arsenal team-mates went wild after spending most of the game on the back foot. "But there are three more weeks until the final, so let's see".
It is unusual for me because for 22 years I have had 1,200 games or something like that for Arsenal Football Club.
"For 70 minutes we were not bad, but we were a little bit slow, slow thinking, not really intense, but then after their goals, we all reacted, the fans reacted, the intensity of the game improved".
And after watching Fellaini snatch a stoppage-time goal against Arsenal, Lindelof has explained why the club want him to stay.
"I'm happy we will receive the Premier League trophy and (have) the chance to be the best team in history in England, with the most points", Guardiola said.