Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has said the club will only allow a move for Olivier Giroud out of Emirate stadium only on a condition that the Premier League giants are able to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
'I have told you that if nobody goes in, nobody goes out. He did not rule out an exit for the 31-year-old, but insisted nobody will be allowed leave the club if nobody is signed.
They are a strong side, they look unstoppable, but at the end of the day we have one chance to beat them and if you play at your best that is what we will try to do.
"We have nothing to announce today". We keep our players. If anything else happens, at the moment I would say I don't know.
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The moon will not be blue for people in Asia and eastern Australia because the moon will not be considered full until February 1. The first this month was the supermoon that ushered in the new year, making the blood moon 2018 the second of January 2018.
Now, speaking after their semi-final win over Chelsea, the Arsenal boss has admitted that deals are still possible, but they are not currently considered to being close to completion. "It's still possible [something could happen] but we are far from being close", said Wenger.
"I want Olivier to stay", he said.
The Daily Mirror is reporting that the Blues are weighing up an attempt to try and persuade the France worldwide to leave Arsenal and join their bitter London rivals.
"We are not close enough to be optimistic, but we are not far enough to be pessimistic", said Wenger. I have consistent exchange with him. His focus and his desire for achievement with the team is that he behaves like someone who is completely focused and committed and ready to commit.