Giroud wants to stay and fight for his place, claims Wenger

Doug Mendoza
August 12, 2017

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has told Arsene Wenger he'd like to be starting more games after netting a late victor in tonight's 4-3 thriller against Leicester City.

Iheanacho, a £25million signing from Manchester City, came off the substitutes' bench and within minutes teed up Vardy for the victor in City's final friendly of pre-season against Borussia Monchengladbach.

Replays showed Mesut Ozil handled the ball in the build-up to the corner that resulted in Ramsey's 83rd-minute equaliser but Foxes boss Craig Shakespeare refused to let his team off the hook.

Who do you think is going to win this match? But I think it is unsustainable.

"I fancy Manchester City to win the league, they look irresistible on the attack and playing against a Brighton side in front of an expectant home crowd, the Seagulls will have to have a go, playing into City's hands".

"His goalscoring record is excellent".

"I am pleased because we are working well with this team and this group of players".

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"What would it mean for me to be the Premier League champion?".

The Swede left Paris St Germain for Manchester United last summer and hit 28 goals before his season was curtailed by injury.

Ahead of their Premier League opener, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is confident his side can maintain his ideal second-season record. But we have all the other players prepared in pre-season and they are all ready.

Burnley - It was a decent season for it last time, but this one will be far tougher and it hasn't signed the quality to keep its status in the Premier League.

2017-18 Premier League under way when they clash at the Emirates Stadium on Friday, August 11, with Nigeria star, Kelechi Iheanacho set to make his first official debut for City.

While Mourinho has welcomed the new signings, he argues that of greater significance is the fact his team will not have their domestic fixture list disrupted by the Europa League this season. He's now fully acclimatised to the pace of English football, meaning he won't be making late tackles nor will he be taking too long on the ball anymore.

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