MIKEL ARTETA's Arsenal are OUT of the Europa League.
The Gunners were shocked by Olympiacos, losing by away goals in dramatic fashion.
Meanwhile, Mesut Ozil is expected to remain at Arsenal this summer, despite constant links with a move away.
Follow all the latest fall-out from the Emirates below…
Arsene Wenger was speaking at a charity event recently and ruled out a return to the Emirates.
There had been talk of a comeback for the long-standing French boss after their recent struggles.
But Wenger reportedly said: “I've given my life, my brain and my heart to the football club. Arsenal don’t need my brain anymore, they don’t need my body anymore.
“My heart is still there so, I just keep suffering. Every time we don’t do well, I suffer.”
So it's a quiet weekend for Arsenal with no game scheduled.
They were due to take on Manchester City in the Premier League, but Pep Guardiola's men have a Carabao Cup final against Aston Villa to look forward to instead.
Arsenal's next game is on Monday night against Portsmouth in the FA Cup.
Would Arsenal fans rather win the FA Cup? Or try and mount a top-four challenge?
MORNING ARSENAL FANS
A day to forget yesterday after the fall out from Thursday's Europa League embarrassment at the hands of Olympiacos.
Piers Morgan was trolled online for praising Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after he appeared to have fired the Gunners through.
But the Greek's heartbreaker at the death saw Morgan left with egg on his face.
The Europa League exits looks set to cost the North Londoners £60million which will throw their summer transfer plans into disarray.
The club also face repaying fans £4.5m for failing in cup games promise leaving them short of the cup games they paid for with their season tickets.
Arsenal also announced massive £27million LOSS in accounts hours after their Europa League exit.
In transfer news, Mesut Ozil's agent insists the playmaker will see out his contract and still play at 'top level' for the next four years.
Lee Dixon also told Shkodran Mustafi to 'have a word with himself and pipe down' after dying hair and wearing shades.
Mikel Arteta spoke of the desire to bounce back quickly after Thursday's European nightmare but with no Premier League game this weekend, the Gunners have to wait until Monday's FA Cup clash at Portsmouth.
“I hope we will never have to go in this direction.
“It will be difficult in any case to make a global ban because the situation is really different in many parts of the world.
“But health of people is much more important than any football game and that’s why we have to look at the situation and hope that it will decrease rather than increase.
“At the moment it looks like it is still increasing.
“If games have to be postponed or played without spectators until it is over then we have to go through that.”
JUST ENG CASE
FIFA President Gianni Infantino says the world governing body could step in to cancel next month’s England international friendlies because of the coronavirus.
Infantino insisted that the football world should not “panic” over the global spread of the killer virus and that he expected this summer’s Euro 2020 to take place.
But asked directly by SunSport if Fifa should intervene to call off the March friendly dates, including England’s Wembley games with Italy and Denmark, Infantino admitted: “I wouldn’t exclude anything at this moment…
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