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Mesut Özil says he will definitely not be leaving Arsenal this summer

Mesut Özil says he will definitely not be leaving Arsenal this summer

AFP Sports looks at why all four have hit the wall as the season reaches its climax.

Yet it has still been a campaign of overachievement by Mauricio Pochettino's men.

"The stress and the fatigue arrived, We are competing with circumstances that are not the best", admitted Pochettino after a sixth defeat in 10 league games.

Those decisions reportedly "baffled" the Arsenal squad, who felt they squandered a golden opportunity due to results elsewhere to solidify their place in the top four, according to the Telegraph.

"We wanted to win and we needed to win, so we are disappointed".

Sarri has had his troubles this season.

Despite Leicester's dominance before Maitland-Niles' dismissal, Emery insists he was happy with how his side were performing and believes they could have won had numerical parity remained.

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And in truth it's probably a good thing, because he was 100 percent correct in his assessment of the club, and they are views that a significant number of fans of the club will echo.

The same defensive issues that haunted the Frenchman's final years in charge have been in evidence in recent weeks, conceding three times in three consecutive league defeats for the first time since 1967.

Arsenal next host Spanish side Valencia in the Europa League semi-finals, with the first leg to be played at the Emirates on Thursday.

Lukaku was also eager to rise to the defence of goalkeeper David de Gea, who came under fire for yet another error in the 1-1 draw against Chelsea.

Before United's clash with Chelsea, only one of the top-four chasers managed to win in their previous two matches, with Tottenham needing a late goal at home to beat Brighton.

"I said to him one month ago that I wanted to do something important in his last matches with us, for the moment - maybe he can come back in the future".