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Ian Wright suggests Elneny should start against Chelsea
The Gunners host Chelsea in the London Derby Saturday morning. Wright explained through an interview with Arsenal TV that he wishes to see Elneny start against the Blues.
“I want to see Xhaka playing, and I want to see Elneny playing. I know (Francis) Coquelin is good, and he’s done well for us. He’s filled in a gap. Same with Santi (Cazorla), but they’re not playing positions that, for me, we haven’t got better players that can play there now,” the Arsenal legend explained.
Wright continued, “I’d like to see Xhaka and Elneny start…We need to do something different. Chelsea has seen nothing different from us. If Xhaka is playing and Elneny is playing, they aren’t going to know what to expect, really.”
Ian Wright is an Arsenal legend, scoring a total of 185 goals with Arsenal, with Thierry Henry taking over Wright’s record with 228 goals with Arsenal.