Premier League legend Ian Wright, told ITV Sport that Everton midfielder Ross Barkley is the likely person to be removed from the 25-man provisional list by Roy Hodgson.
The former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright gave his opinion in the aftermath of England 2-1 victory over Australia at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland.
Former Arsenal and West Ham player, Ian Wright, has hailed Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo and Tottenham Hotspurs squad for their impressive and consistent chase for the English Premier League title.
The legend revealed his excitement over the development of the youngster after his starring role in the 2-1 victory at Bournemouth. Sheyi Ojo had his second straight Premier League appearance in the game. Ojo had a hand in Brazilian Roberto Firmino's opening goal, as he partnered well with Daniel Sturridge. The victory over Eddie Howe's side is a big win for Jurgen Klopp's side.
If you look at Spurs and Leicester, they are titled rivals as they are separated by a mere five point difference.
Ian Wright has stated that he would want a position in Tottenham rather than in Leiceter as the run in games of Preimer League begin. Ian Wright has been a former striker in Arsenal. The two teams, Leicester and Spurs have ended up being title contenders. It is considered that Claudio Ranieri’s team might end up having the advantage over the Spurs. The international break is also about to begin for them.
Former Arsenal player and iconic player of the Premier League club Ian Wright believes that Arsene Wenger has made a huge mistake in not signing a highly renowned player, especially a defender which is what Ian Wright understands to be the biggest weakness of Arsenal.
Mohamed Salah has been a surprising hit at Inter Milan after struggling to make an impact at Chelsea.
After spending a short time on loan at Fiorentina, the Egyptian winger decided to move to Roma on a permanent basis. The 23-year-old has made a major impact in the Italian Serie A this season by scoring six goals in 18 appearances. This may come as a major surprise to many given that he struggled even for some first-team opportunities at Stamford Bridge. Roma maybe fifth in the table during the winter break, but they are only four points off the top.
Arsene Wenger claimed that the team had to get the crucial victory at the Liberty Stadium not just for the points, but for the psychological aspect as well.
On June 29 of the current year, PetrCech completed his transfer from Chelsea to Arsenal as the club of Arsene Wenger had to pay £10,900,000 in order to secure the services of the veteran shot stopper.
Before the transfer had even been done, the former star of Arsenal Ian Wright started complementing PetrCech by saying that if a deal could indeed occur it will turn Arsenal into genuine contenders of becoming the new champions of England and taking the title away from Chelsea.
The former star of Crystal Palace and Arsenal, Ian Wright played his last competitive match back in 2000 and ever since retiring he has turned into a media figure as he has appeared in numerous shows as well as starting a career as a radio newscaster.
Wright has a big influence in social media as he continuously reveals his opinion concerning anything and it’s just not limited to events in relation to football.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright says that he expects the gunners to finish in the top three this season. This has been the extent of the club’s ambition over the last decade, as they have been unable to compete with the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United. Of late, the emergence of Manchester City has pushed them back even further.
Former Arsenal star Ian Wright has stated that he does not see Alexis Sanchez staying at Arsenal for a long time if the club does not improve, especially with its ability to challenge for trophies.
Sanchez has been a massive addition for Arsenal and he is the third highest scorer in the Premier League with nine goals. He is also the only Arsenal player to have entered into double figures for this campaign. His goals have helped Arsenal get crucial points against the likes of Sunderland, but his presence alone has not been enough to keep the club in the title challenge.