According to The Sun, a number of Arsenal's senior players are unhappy with how many times the midfielder has declared himself unavailable for matches this season. I remember when I was little, you watch any Premier League game and you really only saw long balls and a lot of headers and tackles.
"Then I will rest a bit and go forward from there". My brain demands work and is active. "I must say the squad doesn't need much, because there's a huge potential in there", asserted the Frenchman. I will work. I don't look very good on the beach'. What will I do?
Asked about whether he might be ready to move on Bellerin said in an interview with Mr Porter: 'I don't know what to say - football always changes.
Perhaps the biggest name player whose future is up for debate right now is Jack Wilshere whose current Arsenal contract is set to expire in a few months.
Neil Warnock: Cardiff City ready to 'ruffle feathers' in Premier League
Even when Cardiff had a wobble over the festive period, losing four consecutive games, Etheridge says Warnock remained positive. It's been a fantastic season for me. "They're proud of being Bluebirds again, the fans", Warnock added.
"People want hope and they need as well to prepare for the next season. If the club wants my advice I will give it to them but it is better I don't talk publicly about it".
"He is devastated because he has surgery that means six months out". You will not see him before the end of December, or maybe the beginning of December at best'.
"It's certainly the final year he would play for the national team, but you never know".
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "All eyes will be on Arsenal's dugout but we're hearing Wenger isn't finished win management just yet and the latest odds suggest he'll make the French job his after the World Cup".
Cazorla, Koscielny, Ozil and Elneny may be out due to persistent injuries..