Wenger has given the latest news on injuries and getting to the game.
The biggest match in this round of Premier League fixtures is undoubtedly Arsenal v Manchester United and Arsene Wenger has revealed all the latest news ahead of the game.
A tube strike in London is set to greatly affect fans’ travel to the Emirates Stadium and whilst Wenger appreciates their plight, the Frenchman says the tie will go ahead regardless.
Wenger insists game will definitely go ahead even if the Tube strike happens. “We’re sorry for our fans who have to walk, but it goes on”
— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) February 11, 2014
Other matches in the English capital – such as Fulham v Liverpool – remain in doubt due to the strike, but in the north things are going ahead as normal.
The Gunners boss also had some good news regarding injuries, as there are no new fitness concerns for the game with United and the team are even welcoming back one player.
Wenger: “We have no injuries from Saturday and we have Sanogo available as well. Vermaelen and Ramsey still out.” #afc
— James Olley (@JamesOlley) February 11, 2014
The young Frenchman joined the club on a free transfer from Auxerre in the summer of 2013, but has managed just two substitute appearances in all competitions to date due to a back problem.
Sanogo suffered the injury in early September and whilst the 21-year-old perhaps doesn’t have the calibre of other players at the club, any attacking support will be welcomed.
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