Mkhitaryan to Skip Europa League Final in Baku

Arsenal made an official complaint to UEFA, asking for the two English clubs to be given at least 10,000 tickets each.

The last time he found the back of the net for his club was during February's 5-1 victory over Bournemouth, which also saw him register the two most recent of his four league assists.

In their statement, the club said: "We sympathise with the problems our supporters face organising travel to Azerbaijan for the game, and would like to reassure fans that alongside Arsenal and our travel partners at Thomas Cook Sport, we have looked at various options to help them get to Baku. You're either happy about my work or you're not happy".

"UEFA's inclusion and diversity policy says the following: "Everybody has the right to enjoy football, no matter who you are, where you are from or how you play" Watson said.

Sarri said he spoke to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich after the club's friendly against New England Revolution last week, but "only for one minute" and exclusively regarding Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who ruptured his Achilles' tendon during the second half of the match.

More than 80% of those shutouts came while representing Chelsea (162), with the remainder at Arsenal (40).

Mkhitaryan has contributed three assists in the Europa League and will be a significant - yet wholly unnecessary - loss for the Gunners, according to Vinai Venkatesham.

The Italian has been repeatedly criticised this season by fans for not including more youth-team players in his squad, while his tactical decisions have also been questioned and goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga also refused to be substituted in the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City in February.

N'Golo Kante is expected to be fit for the final, the midfielder having returned to training following a hamstring injury, but defender Antonio Rudiger is out injured.

On Sportsbook Lampard, whose Derby side take on Aston Villa in Monday's Championship play-off final, is 1/4 to be next Chelsea manager.

Of course if Sarri were to leave south west London, it would be no effort for him to obtain the services of the Argentine who's parent club is in fact Juventus.

We are going to do all we can to win. So now our feeling is we deserve to win. "I hope he will stay with us but we have to be ready if he decides different". "Hazard would be good for any team, but really he is good for us". I think it is the match you would choose if you could choose a match to retire.

  • Julie Sanders