The Frenchman said he will not set an exact date to retire and maintained that the Gunners can still progress in the Champions League.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
The Reds star says he is "happy" at Anfield and has no plans to join his Brazil teammate at Camp Nou.
Manchester United's new signing will face Arsenal on Sunday and has looked every bit the archetypal Gunners signing since joining Louis van Gaal's side.
Dick Advocaat has left the head coach's role at the Stadium of Light after seven months in charge.
Brendan Rodgers will be desperate for the win as speculation surrounding his job increases, but the hosts will be confident of extending their lead over their rivals in the league
Saturday, October 3, 2015
The 20-year-old lasted just 45 minutes at the Etihad Stadium and did not have a good day, according to his manager, who praised his replacement Jesus Navas.
The numbers from Chelsea's 3-1 defeat to Southampton make grim reading for Jose Mourinho and the defending Premier League champion.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman does not believe a questionable call from the referee was the determining factor in the win over Chelsea.
The Blues were roundly beaten by the Saints at Stamford Bridge and it was a particularly alarming defeat given the horrendous form of the Premier League champions
The Chelsea boss has accused officials of being scared to award his side penalties and admitted he is enduring the worst period of his career after overseeing yet another defeat
Jose Mourinho's miserable start to the season continued as Chelsea fell to a 3-1 home defeat against Southampton.
There was to be no instant response following the midweek debacle against Porto, as Jose Mourinho's charges were outplayed in the second half to continue their poor league start.
The midfielder applauded the finishing of his team-mate after watching him score five goals on Saturday.
Steven Davis, Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle all scored as the Premier League champion was outplayed at Stamford Bridge, despite taking the lead through Willian.
Sergio Aguero required halftime treatment before completing his sensational five-goal haul against Newcastle United.
The Manchester City striker ran riot during a 20-minute spell to rip Newcastle to shreds, becoming the fastest player to hit five goals in Premier League history
Sunderland remains a club shrouded in uncertainty after Dick Advocaat refused to comment on his future following the draw with West Ham.
The Eagles manager was full of praise for his men after downing the Baggies, stating that it was the best team he had seen in Selhurst Park for the best part of 25 years.
The Argentine scored a brilliant quintuple against Newcastle to help Man City to a thumping 6-1 victory at the Etihad, with his goals coming over a 20 minute spell.
Jamie Vardy's penalty and Jeffrey Schlupp's strike secured a 2-1 win for Leicester City away to Norwich City in the Premier League.