Unai Emery fires warning at his Arsenal stars ahead of Bournemouth trip

Unai Emery fires warning at his Arsenal stars ahead of Bournemouth trip

Unai Emery fires warning at his Arsenal stars ahead of Bournemouth trip

The financial implications of failing to qualify for the tournament three years on the spin would be severe for most clubs chasing Premier League and European glory.

However, this season he has found a regular spot under new Arsenal head coach Unai Emery.

So Arsenal come to Dean Court with confidence in going on an unbeaten run, but knowing that they have found defeats when they have played other teams in the top six. So if Eddie Howe can engender his players to come out with the kind of start they made against Man United, in their last home match and take their chances, Bournemouth could find themselves out of sight by half-time against Arsenal.

Arsenal scouts are said to have visited the Stadio Olimpico to monitor Under, with the 21-year-old having impressed with his performances in Serie A. But also we have ambition and we want more and we need more. "We need more. We need to get better".

Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka started in midfield behind an attack of Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Alex Iwobi and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and former Arsenal striker Smith believes Ozil could continue to struggle under Emery.

Arsenal have not qualified for the Champions League for the last two years and look to be facing more competition than ever to break back into Europe's elite club competition. The process with him is that in this global break, it is to finish training with us every day to start playing, little by little.

"(Hector) Bellerin I think has had a decent season but where's he been decent? We are improving things. But also we are conceding 15.

He was a bit-part player in his first two campaigns under Arsene Wenger but became a fan favourite, starring in the 2017 FA Cup final victory over Chelsea. "And Arsenal must be great, not allowing the four above to take advantage of us and not allow the teams below to get closer to us".

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