Liverpool legend doesn't think Arsenal have what it takes to beat Watford
14 October, 2017, 00:24 | Author: Joan Malone
Asked if Arsenal had set a deadline for contract negotiations with the pair to conclude, Wenger replied: "No".
The signings electrified Arsenal's fan base, but for all their quality, the duo have thus far been unable to end the club's 14-year wait for the Premier League title.
Jack Wilshere is yet to play a minute of Premier League football and has lost his place in the England squad, but Wenger believes the midfielder is on course to go to next year's World Cup in Russian Federation.
That's after Arsene Wenger claimed they could even be sold in January - despite refusing to sell Alexis in the summer to Manchester City and making the player stay at the club.
To make matters worse, the goal which say Peru equalise and earn themselves a spot in the top five was from an indirect free-kick, which only stood because goalkeeper and Arsenal team-mate David Ospina made contact with the ball before entering the net.
"I would say you have in every generation a player who carries the pressure of expectation of a nation".
Ozil has recovered from his knee injury and is expected to feature at Vicarage Road on Saturday. In Chile it's Sanchez. I always said that the fact that we didn't find an agreement a year ago doesn't mean the player will necessarily leave. "I hope the situation can be turned around".
"It's a massive game, sure, tough game against a very good team", said Watford boss Marco Silva.
The French worldwide hasn't played since our win over West Brom last month and has been training alone this week but he will be passed fit to face Watford as long as he comes through a fitness test tomorrow. Shkodran Mustafi, Laurent Koscielny and Sead Kolasinac could all miss the game through injury, while Alexis Sanchez may not be mentally ready to return. At the moment, he's not available.
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