Own goal is Arsenal's latest win

Alexandre Lacazette accidentally touched his own net by Sa sparking wild celebrations inside the Emirates stadium

Arsenal's win this time sits fifth and just one point behind fourth-placed Manchester United, while Wolves, who hope to continue their champions league ambitions, sit seventh.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta with the current goal of guiding his team back into Europe's elite club competition for the first time in five years.

Willing to fight at the end of May at that place, after defeats in the first three games the Arsenal team must avoid relegation.

Then we take it game by game and don't forget the goals with the team. You just have to be consistent with your vision and the way you prepare yourself and believe that the results will come

Wolves who showed missed opportunities, who in the end got complaints for the way they lost

Arsenal had more possession of the ball and fired more than four times in the match. And Lage 's side had to hold the ball long enough to relieve the pressure after they drank .

And the efforts made by Romain, Conor, and Ruben Neves when making clearence did not produce at least one point.

Wolves Sa keeper was rarely tested until he saved Lacazette's effort in the 72nd minute from close range, but from there the visitors' goal was under increased threat.

Pepe's equalizer came at the end of a run down the right, with the Ivory Coast winger expertly setting the ball past Sa and Gunners midfielder Martin Odegaard hitting the bar before they found a late winner.

Lyon Hope To Bring Alexandre Lacazette Home In Summer

MDP Live - Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has confirmed that his club will try to sign Alexandre Lacazette from Arsenal on a free transfer this summer.

Alexandre Lacazette will be a key part of the Gunners squad for the remainder of the season following the departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

However, the striker is in the final five months of his contract at the Emirates Stadium and the Frenchman can hold talks with overseas clubs over a pre-contract agreement.

Lacazette joined Arsenal for £47 million from Lyon in 2017 and Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed that his club are still in touch with their former captain.

Peter Bosz's team is believed to be ready to offer Lacazette a long-term contract. They see him as a more realistic signing than Karim Benzema from Real Madrid, who is also their former player.

Speaking in the announcement of Tanguy Ndombele's loan from Spurs, Aulas said, “This is Lacazette, he interests us because he marks this club. He is a profile that interests us and we are in constant contact with him.”

“This is part of the idea brought up by (new sporting director) Bruno Cheyrou. In our context, yes he (Lacazette) is more accessible than Benzema. We have to see if we can bring him in as a free player, but for sure we won't be alone."

Indeed, Lacazette is widely rumored to be leaving the Emirates Stadium this summer, but it is also possible that Arsenal will give him a contract extension for another year or two.

Don't accept Arsenal, Dusan Vlahovic is more interested in joining Manchester City?

MDP Live - Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic reportedly prefers to move to Premier League giants, Manchester City, despite having accepted Arsenal's offer.

Reporting from Metro, the 21-year-old is the Gunners' main target in the January transfer window. Arsenal were even willing to bid 50 million pounds (approximately Rp971 billion) plus Lucas Torreira to secure the services of Vlahovic.

However, the club managed by Mikel Arteta never received a response. Fiorentina is also still keeping the player's decision regarding his future a secret.

According to La Repubblica, Vlahovic does aspire to leave for the Premier League. However, Arsenal is not the main goal of the Serbian national team player.

Dusan Vlahovic is claimed to be more interested in joining Pep Guardiola's squad. At the same time, The Citizens also reportedly often monitor the situation of this former Partizan player.

Vlahovic achievements

Vlahovic is a striker who is on the rise in the European football scene. Launching the Mirror, the Fiorentina player managed to score 20 goals from 23 matches in all competitions this season.

He also managed to collect seven goals in 14 senior appearances at international level, and won the Serie A Young Player of the Year award last season. No wonder Vlahovic is the target of a number of top clubs in the transfer market.

Targeted by Juventus

In addition to Arsenal, Juventus also began to participate in the hunt for Vlahovic's signature. The Serie A giants have reportedly offered 70 million euros, or the equivalent of approximately IDR 1.1 trillion, to La Viola.

Juventus is considered to be a potential destination club for the 21-year-old player. The reason is, the Old Lady is willing to offer a significant increase in Vlahovic's current contract.

Vlahovic remaining contract

Vlahovic has just 18 months remaining on his contract at the Artemio Franchi. No wonder Fiorentina are starting to think about the player's future which is still gray.

Fiorentina director Joe Barone did not deny that a number of Premier League clubs had been in contact with Vlahovic. However, there is no definite agreement regarding this matter.

"Several English clubs have been in contact, but there is no agreement yet. We are open (to sell Vlahovic), but there will be no deal, unless he agrees," Barone told La Nazione, as reported by Metro.

"I haven't heard anything from them. I have asked Vlahovic's agent to explain, but I haven't heard anything, no contact at all."