Ten questions for English Premier League 2017-18

Wenger suggests Man United do not deserve Champions League football

Wenger suggests Man United do not deserve Champions League football

"I think Manchester United will win the Premier League because Mourinho has never failed in the second season", Crespo said in a Q&A via the Daily Mirror.

The 28-year-old is now into the last 12 months of his existing deal at the Emirates and talks over fresh terms have proved fruitless over the last year.

"We have a giant on our chest, which is really heavy, but we don't compare our potential to the biggest clubs in Europe right now". Outside of this year, generally, Arsenal plays in the UEFA Champions league.

The 2016 PFA Player of the Season had always been linked with a move to the Gunners and looks set to leave the Foxes this term, however it seems that Arsene Wenger is not keen.

Rob is ESPN FC's Manchester United correspondent. "I have players coming back who have not played, like Mustafi".

"That's really hard these days".

The Arsenal boss, who signed a two-year contract extension at Emirates Stadium at the end of last season, told a Football Writers' Association event in London that he foresees changes in the way top-flight clubs are run.

As a sign of the way the future fortunes of the respective sides Manchester City beat Portsmouth 6-0 on 21 September 2008
As a sign of the way the future fortunes of the respective sides Manchester City beat Portsmouth 6-0 on 21 September 2008

The most high-profile female manager in club football is Corinne Diacre, who has been in charge of French Ligue 2 side Clermont Foot since 2014.

"My wish was for someone to make a signing this season that breaks the record fee that Pogba cost, because the way people analyse him, it's like, because he was so expensive, he should be the man of the match every game".

"You're talking hypothetically again because someone could bid and we'd turn it down and we get on with it".

"That's unmanageable so to bring one more player in for the sake of it would be stupid, but if we find an exceptional one, we will do it".

"I think they're in a real good position, the squad looks strong and I think how Rashford, Martial and Lukaku play will determine what happens", said former United defender Gary Neville.

"In our period of dominance he was what we want him to be: to move the ball in a simple way, to give balance to the team, to start building from the back".

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