Ozil could stay at Arsenal, but Sanchez likely to leave


Jack Wilshere could play against his former club as Arsenal travel to Bournemouth on Super Sunday.

Arsenal have come out on top in the first-half in four of their last five outings with the Cherries and Bet365 is tipping that period to swing in their favour once more at the price of (2.20).

The Gunners are without a win in their last four games and are lacking in confidence following a humiliating FA Cup defeat at Championship side Nottingham Forest.

Changes in the club's support staff, and persistent speculation Carlo Ancelotti is being lined-up behind the scenes to take over, have failed to unsettle Wenger.

Nacho Monreal (ankle), Laurent Koscielny (Achilles) and Olivier Giroud (hasmtring) are still sidelined but Sead Kolasanic could return.

Wenger says he will fulfill his contract, despite failing to qualify for the UCL last season.

Bournemouth haven't won any of their six games in all competitions against Arsenal (D1 L5), conceding at least twice in every match.

Jordon Ibe has recorded the most shots on target without finding the net in the Premier League this season (10).

ARSENAL MANAGER ARSENE Wenger has insisted he is still committed to the Premier League club and has no plans to leave before the end of his contract in 2019.

German playmaker Ozil has been struggling with a knee injury and missed Wednesday's Carabao Cup draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. "I think they'll do really well to finish sixth".

"Is it is me in charge or somebody else you can only do what is best for club".

As for Arsenal, the transfer window has been a busy time for them of late, with the departures of Francis Coquelin and Tafari Moore, along with the arrival of Greek defender Konstantinos Mavropanos.