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Wenger desperate for lifeline in Premier League finale

21 Mai 2017

Meanwhile, there is a comprehensive preview of Manchester United's Europa League final against Ajax in Stockholm, with Jose Mourinho's Champions League hopes also hanging in the balance this week as he prepares for the game that will define his season.

Klopp claims not to have a normal life outside Melwood but he is attuned to the feelings and fears around him as Liverpool enter the season's finale with Champions League qualification on the line.

"I think what is the most important for us is to win the football game we play on Sunday", he said.

While they lost to the Catalan giants, having two opportunities to seal another season in Europe's elite club competition is not something Arsenal can fall back on this time around.

Anfield will play stage to what is now the most important game of the season for Jurgen Klopp's men as they look to secure a place in the Champions League with a win over Middlesbrough.

Like I said, not likely.

But if either team fail to win, and Arsenal beat Everton, a playoff on a neutral ground could yet decide positions because goal difference and goals scored - the deciding factors if teams finish level - are very tight. "We have a possibility to do it and if it's a small one we have to be professional and do it to the end".

"If we finish the job well, it can be maximum one point short".

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Asked about the possibility of Arsenal winning the FA Cup, Merson told Sky Sports News HQ on Friday morning: "The FA Cup final is flawless for Arsenal".

Protests have been ongoing from a section of supporters who want to see Wenger replaced in the summer, with marches and boycotts taking place in recent weeks.

The Merseyside club missed out on the top four last term but they are now in the driving seat going into the last day of this campaign.

"Financially you don't suffer anymore". It's our stadium, our fans are around us and we love it.

"On the financial point we are not in trouble".

In their way stand an Everton side who have enjoyed a solid first season under Ronald Koeman but have precious little left to play for.

The usual promises are seemingly set to be made in that Arsenal will significantly strengthen the squad knowing that they risk falling further behind their direct rivals, but it remains to be seen whether or not that plan is executed after Wenger has penned his new deal. "Financially, no, it's not a disaster".