Wenger: Something will happen to regulate transfer fees

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As Darren Lewis of the Daily Mirror reported, both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are set to leave the Emirates Stadium when their deals expire at the end of the campaign, with no progress made over new terms. With the Frenchman's own contract situation undecided beyond 2019 as well, negotiations with Welbeck and Ramsey may prove far from straightforward.

The clubs want too much for normal players, because they say if one player is worth £200million, then this player is worth £50m.

Ramsey and Welbeck, both 26, are into the final two years of their respective deals.

"But with the level of transfer fees, and amounts of money players want, more and more will go into the final year of contracts".

"The Europa League and League Cup is important, I try to give him competition and get him back to his best".

Despite the two side's contrasting recent form, West Brom head into the game two places and 1 point above Arsenal.

Arsenal have won each of last six Premier League home meetings against West Brom - scoring 13 goals and conceding just one.

The Welshman is arguably Arsenal's most multifaceted midfielder.

Wenger is evidently a fan of the England global because of his application, versatility and dynamism.

"It is down to the fact that he can remain fit or not", Wenger was quoted as saying on the club's official site when asked about the chances of Wilshere earning a new deal.

Oliver Burke is expected to feature after recovering from a hamstring problem.

Arsene Wenger has revealed that while he has been impressed with Alexandre Lacazette's time at Arsenal, the forward still has room for improvement (via The Metro). He spent last season on loan at Bournemouth in order to build match fitness, but after a strong first seven months of the campaign, he suffered a fracture that ended his season pre-maturely.

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