ARSENAL, Wenger: "CHAMBERS might leave on loan"

Arsenal could've signed Suarez in 2013 had Wenger paid the going rate for a world class striker.

The visit of Arsenal is followed by fixtures with West Ham and Manchester United amid a hard start in English football for the Italian, and Mazzarri joked he would watch Wenger's preparations from Watford's training ground next door.

An exclusive from Squakwa emerged over the past few days stating that Wenger had been pursuing a move for Griezmann during the summer but it had been scuppered by Chelsea's refusal to sell Diego Costa back to the Spanish giants. Equally, he would have made a more serious attempt at signing Luis Suarez, Gonzalo Higuain or Karim Benzema in the past. We want to have a similar sort of performance to when we last played Watford away.

But Wenger said he would not be influenced by the fans' demands. Shouting and putting the players under an increasing amount of pressure definitely won't help.

Speaking of signings, Arsene Wenger has come in for criticism for a lack of activity in the transfer market especially after their two results in the English Premier League. The players have had no say in the club's transfer policy, yet they are being hindered by the Arsenal fans' vehement frustration at the club. Danny Welbeck is still injured and Theo Walcott is still Theo Walcott.

The two will have to be compact in their approach to handling Deeney and Ighalo, as they commonly play in a "1-1" structure with Deeney acting as a traditional centre forward.

The French manager started brightly, capturing the services of Granit Xhaka for £30 million but, since then, it's gone a bit downhill.

Ultimately it seems that injury prone Phil Jones will remain at Old Trafford, but that could in the end turn out to be a positive thing - given Mourinho's record with injuries and keeping players fit is fairly good.

Playing in pretty much every round in the Cup Winners Cup and beating teams like PSG and Parma on the way was excellent.

The same can't be said of Arsenal. They have a right to be internally frustrated, but they should keep it at that: internal.

"There are no worries about the season ahead".

The placement of Alexis Sanchez as a lone striker has been nothing short of a disaster, as the usually electrifying Chilean has been left isolated with little to feed upon from midfield.

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