A new era is set to begin for Arsenal.
However, former Premier League victor Lehmann has dismissed the idea suggesting that other teams like Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United too could compete for the title and it won't be a lopsided campaign like last time. Lehmann was part of Wenger's coaching staff a year ago but was let go as part of the backroom changes. But City did pull out of a bidding battle with Chelsea for midfielder Jorginho, who was swiftly reunited with former Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
It's obvious that their defence held them back from greater success last season, and it's been a problem which has been ongoing for some time. Liverpool, just like Tottenham, must win something someday. And my ex-club Arsenal also have a new manager and must win the trophy with Unai Emery.
"If it's not their goal to win the league, why all the changes in the club?"
However, I expect to see a different Arsenal team under Emery with no apprehensions or tentativeness, unlike Arsene Wenger's teams.
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"Many young and interesting players".
"Arsenal are going to play this pressing game and could they catch City off guard?"
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck could be making a late departure from the Emirates after reports today suggest he's been told that he's surplus to requirements under the new Gunners regime.
The former Germany worldwide also questioned Liverpool's decision to spend £65 million on Alisson, saying the Brazil goalkeeper hasn't proven that he's among the world's best. "He has not given any proof of it", Lehmann was outright to analyze the custodian.
The Gunners were, throughout Wenger's reign, famed for a ball-playing approach which made them one of the most attractive sides in Europe.
Injuries have blighted the striker's career, however he managed to make 43 appearances last season as he reaffirmed his place in the Gunners' side.