A round up of news stories this morning related to Arsenal.
The Gunners go into the match looking to overturn a 3-1 deficit from the first leg.
Arsenal were heavily criticised after that game for not doing more in terms of their defensive discipline and organisation.
“We have to put it right. Sometimes in life, you make a big mistake, and there is no comeback, no way you get the chance to put it right again. In football, you can do it,” said the boss.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has told the club’s website that he knows how to consistently bounce back from setbacks in his career.
Giroud has backed himself to pull through every period of adversity he experiences with the Gunners.
He seems in determined mood to help the side correct the negative first leg result against Monaco this week.
“I know when I play well or not. I know how to bounce back. I used to say that football is an everlasting new beginning. You have to be aware of that and do it,” he said.
The Metro has reported that Arsenal will try and swap Lukas Podolski for Hakan Calhanoglu this summer.
Podolski has been on loan with Serie A giants Inter Milan, with his future at Arsenal looking bleak.
Calhanoglu has previously been linked with the Gunners and has impressed with German outfit Bayer Leverkusen.