City, Liverpool deny Arsenal Champions League slot on final day


City, Liverpool deny Arsenal Champions League slot on final day

A 3-0 shutout of Middlesbrough means its Liverpool finishing 4th and taking the final Champions League slot.

Pep Guardiola had a forgettable season with Manchester City.

"We have spent considerable time on our pricing for the UEFA Europa League and the aim is to be fair to our supporters while ensuring we get strong attendances at our matches".

It's a vital achievement for the club to be back in Europe's premier competition, and the talk is that Liverpool will be spending big in the summer in order to improve their squad considerably.

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud says he "feels good" at Arsenal and is desperate to win the Premier League title with the Gunners.

"It's about finding a way to win", said the 31-year-old, who maintains he is happy to play wherever Klopp asks him to next season.

"I'm really proud of the boys, they did well", Klopp said.

We started the season very well, I started well. We love him as our manager.

There has been speculation surrounding the France forward's future after a lack of game time under Arsene Wenger this season.

Arsenal, yet again, have had a predictable season.

Regardless of what happens at Emirates Stadium during the close-season, Seaman - a three-time Premier League victor with Arsenal - wants to see a greater willingness to spend big to avoid being priced out of major signings by other elite clubs.

Arsenal can still salvage something from a disappointing season when they take on Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday in the FA Cup final.

Having signed permanently for Roma in a £16m deal in the summer, he's been in fine form this season, scoring 19 goals and contributing further with 12 assists in all competitions.

Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea are likely to be interested in the 2016 PFA Player of the Year. 75 points to qualify for the Europa League is a bit ridiculous. Man United, Man City, Everton and possibly Liverpool will all be in the market for a new No. 1, and that leaves the likes of Jordan Pickford (Sunderland), and Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester) more valued than ever.

"Obviously, it helped them not to be involved this season because they could keep all their energy for the league".