Arsenal secured the top spot in their Champions League group by beating FC Basel 4-1 thanks to a hat-trick from summer signing Lucas Perez.
Arsene Wenger heaped praise on summer signing Lucas Perez, who scored a hattrick on Tuesday night as Arsenal ran away 4-1 winners at Basel to secure top spot in group.
We take a look at the team news for Arsenal ahead of their final Champions League group stage fixture against FC Basel
Arsenal travel to Switzerland for their final UEFA Champions League Group Stage fixture against FC Basel.
Liverpool are reportedly keen on Hoffenheim FC's Swiss international Fabian Schar, who is also wanted by Inter Milan.
Arsene Wenger has handed start to in-form duo Theo Walcott and Granit Xhaka as Arsenal face Basel in their first home game of Champions League this season.
Transfer business is picking up for Manchester United these days. After signing Eric Bailly from Villarreal, the club have now opened talks with Swiss club FC Basel for one of their most promising teen strikers.
Alberto Moreno bore the brunt of the abuse on Twitter as Liverpool lost out on a ninth European crown and UEFA Champions League football for next season following a second-half capitulation against Sevilla.
Sevilla ultimately triumphed in a game of two halves against Liverpool on Wednesday, with the Spanish side winning a record third consecutive UEFA Europa League title.
One more of Basel’s young talented players, Fabian Schar has now signed for 1899 Hoffenheim. Schaar was linked considerably to clubs as far and varied as Arsenal FC, Manchester United and clubs in the Serie A. Juventus were also said to be particularly keen Alexander Rosen, sporting director at Hoffenheim said the following, “For him to sign for Hoffenheim is certainly confirmation of the great work we are doing here. We have taken another step forward in our squad planning with the signing of Fabian Schar. Schar’s build-up play is very good and he is someone who has already been able to gain international experience at a young age, yet still has plenty of potential.” He is 23 and could an international regular with Switzerland. It seems to be an unexpected move, but in the context of the Euros coming up, it is one that makes a fair bit of sense. Also, Hoffenheim have certainly been on the up in recent times […]