Arsene Wenger: "There's only one team in London"

"The pair worked together briefly when Guardiola was boss at the Bundesliga side and it looked like they could be reunited after Kimmich expressed his unhappiness at his lack of starting opportunities".

Arsenal return to Premier League action on Sunday as they welcome Manchester City to the Emirates Stadium.

Multiple reports have claimed that the board have tabled a new two-year contract, for Wenger to extend his 21-year stay in North London. "Do I stay two months or 10 years?" I think you have to be cautious when people give interviews in their home countries because the interpretation is not always exactly what they wanted to say.

"We need to focus on the league, we don't want to be distracted by the FA Cup semi-final".

Defensive issues also contributed to that European defeat on away goals, which came after a 6-6 aggregate draw, but it is up front that Guardiola is most concerned.

"They're fat cats, business people". Arsenal is a world brand today, respected all over the world.

Over the course of more than a decade against Jose Mourinho, Wenger has failed to win a single Premier League meeting, while he has not yet beaten Klopp's Liverpool or Guardiola's Manchester City.

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He said: "When you lose a lot of games it is a unsafe moment to face them. It's never good enough if you do not win every single game in the season but we can not always go the way people want us to go".

Goalkeeper Petr Cech, who limped off during Arsenal's loss at West Bromwich Albion this month, is expected to miss the next two games with calf injury.

Arsenal will be without first-choice goalkeeper Petr Cech after the former Czech Republic global was forced off with a calf injury during the 3-1 loss at West Brom before the worldwide break and has not recovered in time to face City so David Ospina will deputise.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis will meet with various members of supporter groups ahead of the clash with Manchester City on Sunday.

Wenger, who continues to keep fans on tenterhooks over his decision, remains adamant that the lack of clarity will have no impact on summer recruitment plans, Goal writes.

Guardiola said: "It is a little bit like at Anfield".

"Everybody knows them. There's quality in the side, with Alexis [Sanchez] going in flawless runs inside with [Theo] Walcott, [Alex] Oxlade-Chamberlain".