"You would have had to call the police because there would have been fights everywhere".
Wenger implemented a 5-3-2 or 3-5-2, system towards the back end of the previous campaign, and the 24-year-old's arrival at the Emirates appeared to be a stroke of genius from 'Le Prof', as Kolasinac is able to competently deputise at both left-back and left wing-back, as well as in a sitting back three.
But Gunnersaurus is reportedly desperate to appear in the Champions League and is tempted by the prospect of linking up with Moonchester at the Etihad.
Arsenal's handling of Alexis Sanchez and the contracts of several other players has been slammed as "ridiculous" by Ian Wright.
Bosnia's deflating defeat to the Cypriots has somewhat blemished their push to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia - they sit second behind Greece in Group E, although if Kolasinac can continue to offer his teammates opportunities such as this, surely no further problems will stand in their way in reaching the world's biggest and most watched event next summer.
"Besides, he didn't survive extinction to finish below Tottenham".
Arsene Wenger has admitted Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar rejected a Deadline Day move to Arsenal after the north London side made a club-record £92m bid. It was shambolic, horrendous.
"They are playing for Arsenal and they are turning it into a mockery".
"Whether it is chief executive Ivan Gazidis or someone else who is in charge of the comings and goings, they need to be held to account for this total shambles".
Wenger maintained throughout the summer that Sanchez would not depart the Emirates without a suitable replacement taking his place, and the Arsenal boss admitted Lemar turned down the chance to move to Premier League on Thursday.
"I spoke before about integrity and values and I always make sure my commitment is at the level expected from the people who pay me and have confidence in me".
"Now I am going to make a good season with my club, to try to progress and move forward in my career with Monaco". They are embarrassing the football club. Not only have we lost a great player we've lost a great guy in the changing room'. "I think the players' side is exactly the same", the French coach said. They were consistent all summer long, saying he would be going nowhere, but then muddied the waters in the final days of the transfer window. It's all too nice.