Champions League football for Arsenal is still very much possible if analysis by Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is anything to go by.
The current log table makes it difficult to determine who will make the top four aside Liverpool that have been confirmed as winners of the league with seven games to spare and second-placed Man City.
According to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, seven teams still stand the chance to join Liverpool and Man City as EPL representatives in the Champions League next season, noting that the race is still very much on.
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While noting that Leicester City and Chelsea currently hold the third and fourth position respectively, the former Red Devils player affirmed that his side still stands chance as well as Tottenham and ninth-placed Arsenal.
He noted that the competition is good as fans can’t wait to know the fate of their clubs for the Champions League.
With a few games left, United will be hoping to overtake Chelsea or Leicester for a Champions League spot.
Arsenal have not been in their best since they returned back from the Covid-19 compulsory break and they will need a miracle to break into the top-four. The Mikel Arteta men will have to win all remaining games and hope the opposite happens to those already ahead.