- Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal's hopes on top four finish is beyond him at this point
- The Gunners are desperately aiming for Champions League spot
- The London club are currently 6th on the Premier League table with four games to go
Arsene Wenger claims top four hopes is in a do-or-die situation as Arsenal prepare for the EPL clash against Manchester United on Sunday, May 7.
The Gunners are desperately aiming for a top four finish as that is their only hope of getting to Champions League next season.
NAIJ.com can confirm that the manager has admitted that nothing but a win against the Reds will be good enough to keep tabs on top four finish.
He said: “Both teams are in a position where they have to win this game if they want to finish in the top four."
“The problem before was that we knew in winning our games we would achieve top four, the problem now is that it is no longer in our hands,” he added.
The London club are now 6th on the league table with four games to go and 6 points adrift fourth-placed Manchester City.
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