Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger responds to rumours Everton want Jack Wilshere

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger responds to rumours Everton want Jack Wilshere

Arsene Wenger led his Arsenal team out for their final session at London Colney in the build-up to facing AC Milan at the Emirates.

However, Wenger says Lacazette took part in a full session outside today at London Colney and will be available again after the upcoming global break.

"I can't say any more because there is nothing to say about it and I certainly do not want to upset Arsene, who I adore and for whom I have a lot of respect".

First-half strikes from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Aaron Ramsey put the Gunners in the ascendancy in the tie and kept alive their hopes of reaching next season's Champions League.

"Everybody's available apart from [Alexandre] Lacazette who is coming back into training, but is too short to be available for tomorrow", manager Arsene Wenger said.

Alexandre Lacazette will miss the match following knee surgery, but is expected return to action following the worldwide break.

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The 29-year-old has already provided six assists and scored in consecutive games, including his maiden Arsenal goal in last week's 2-0 over AC Milan in the Europa League.

'Yes, he's on track, ' Wenger said when asked whether he was still optimistic about Lacazette's return date. United found themselves in the similar situation last season, albeit a few weeks further on into the campaign, when José Mourinho made major changes for the visit to Emirates, a game that fell between the two legs of their semi-final against Celta Vigo.

"They're a quality team. He has the right to take that decision himself", he told 'Equipe.

"We've just not seen that fire from Mkhitaryan". They've turned a corner as well with their new manager, so they're on a bit of a good run and it's going to be important for us to stay focused from the beginning.

"If you lose the first one then it's a massive game, like we faced in the [Carabao] Cup, you have more chances to lose the next one".

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