Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has responded to Jose Mourinho‘s suggestion that the Premier League top three has already been decided.
Mourinho believes Manchester City are favourites to finish third, behind Chelsea and Tottenham, and claimed Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool will be battling it out for the final Champions League spot.
However, ahead of the Gunners’ all-important north London derby this weekend, Wenger insisted that it’s all to play for in the race for the top-four.
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On whether Mourinho’s comments were correct, Wenger replied: ‘No, The top three is not decided. That’s what we have an opportunity to do.
‘We don’t have to speculate about who’s in and who’s not in. A lot can happen until the end of the season.
‘By winning all our games. It’s simple for us. The only advantage is that we don’t need to calculate.
Culled from Metro