Wanderers new recruit wants shot at Arsenal

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud celebrates after the game

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud celebrates

The Frenchman's future at Arsenal was cast into doubt after the Gunners acquired Alexandre Lacazette from Olympique Lyonnais for a club record fee of £52 million.

Wenger made 10 changes to his side with 20 minutes remaining, as they look to see out the result in Sydney.

"We made a mistake, we should have given them the ball back", Wenger told reporters after the match.

While Bramall, who played out on the left, put in a consistent display with few errors and produced a number of penetrating runs that showed off his lightning pace.

With the list of suitors growing on a daily basis, the same paper claims Borussia Dortmund are monitoring the situation closely as they face up to losing 28-year-old Patrick-Emerick Aubameyang to Chelsea.

Wenger thanked those fans for their support.

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"I guess it's pretty exciting", Redmayne said.

Ozil was one of six first-team players, including new signing Alexandre Lacazette and Olivier Giroud, who wore Arsenal's new third-choice kit on Wednesday at a special launch by Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

It is insane money, for a player who netted six Premier League goals last season, and perhaps it's time for West Ham to explore better options. I didn't play as much as I'd like to a year ago. His arrival has prompted Giroud to hint at a potential departure from north London in the coming weeks, but the vast competition in attack from Danny Welbeck to Alex Iwobi means Arsenal are better placed than they were last campaign. Obviously, there will be more competition, even more than past year, but it's always nice for a striker to feel the pressure and I always deal with it.

Riera could debut, while last season's midfield revelation Kearyn Baccus might get a chance to start clicking with Bonevacia, who'll attempt to fill Terry Antonis' big shoes.

Before the match, Sydney FC confirmed that their right-back Rhyan Grant will be sidelined for most of the new A-League season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament.

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