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Arsenal move above Man Utd as Solskjaer suffers first league defeat

Chelsea will find it nearly impossible to convince Eden Hazard to stay if they are not playing Champions League next season.

The title challenge is down to two teams, and Liverpool trimmed Manchester City's lead back to a point after coming from behind to beat Burnley 4-2.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists it is "mad" to suggest accepting a Champions League exit to help their domestic title push would be a preferred option.

He once again explains that Sanchez, who is earning €25m per season with the Red Devils, has not adapted to his current club, which is why Manchester United are looking to offload him.

"So I am happy to sacrifice my dream for their dream but, if we win both, it would be great and this is what we are trying to do".

Solskjaer suffered his first Premier League defeat since being appointed Manchester United's interim manager as Arsenal leapfrogged their opponents to move into the top four.

"The competition is very tough and we have hard games left as do they", he added.

"After Lacazette got the penalty he said to me, "You have to shoot".

United's visit Wolves for an all-Premier League FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday night is followed by a 10-day window for Euro 2020 qualifiers and global friendlies, and United want to pin things down in time to get the deal done.

In the second-tier League Championship, Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish was punched by a fan who ran onto the field at Birmingham City. Now we have two points [more than them] and that was enough motivation for us.

"We all have to qualify constantly for Champions League".

"I watched it a lot, the penalty I missed", he said.

"They will want to win the league".

At anything close to their best during that time, they were unstoppable, with the likes of Paul Scholes, David Beckham and Roy Keane running the show in midfield and Andy Cole banging them in at the top end, and that quality certainly shone through in their home form.

Since their draw at Anfield, Bayern Munich have won three games on the bounce, scoring 12 goals and conceding just one. He used to say "if your centre-halves haven't got hold of the opposition centre-forwards, you've always got a real problem in a game".

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