Published: Fri, March 17, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger reveals aims for the rest of the season

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger reveals aims for the rest of the season

The 21-year-old Spain worldwide was born in Barcelona and started his career in the youth ranks at the Nou Camp but he signed a new Arsenal contract in November.

And he insists the under-fire Frenchman is doing exactly the same to Arsenal after yet another season of disappointment.

Meanwhile right-back Bellerin has again been linked with a move to Barcelona having enjoyed a good season in north London.

Arsenal are "seriously contemplating" paying around €10 million for Lejeune and Arsene Wenger has given the go-ahead to make this deal happen, Marca claim.

Arsenal signed Bellerin from Barcelona's youth set-up and he has gone to make close to 100 appearances for the club despite being still just 21 years old. "I believe again it's very hard to take these things seriously".

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He has won three Premier League titles, six FA Cups and guided Arsenal to a top four finish in each of the past 20 seasons.

"Success is not down to me to judge".

The long-standing Arsenal fan said Wenger had taken the team as far as he could since taking the job in 1996.

A Champions League position is usually seen as the minimal requirement for Arsenal's directors but Wenger would not quantify what would be seen as a successful end to the current campaign. It is a tough job because we have six teams fighting for four places. "It's true that it is tough because West Brom is traditionally always a very hard game, but as well it's an opportunity for us to come back to the position that is much closer to Chelsea". "It's a unusual championship this season because there's no continuity at the moment".

Goal-line technology was introduced in the Premier League in the 2013-14 season and teams are now allowed to field a fourth substitute in extra time in the latter stages of this year's FA Cup. So overall that's our targets.

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