Arsene Wenger: 'Henrikh Mkhitaryan out for at least two weeks'

"He has one-and-a-half years to go", Wenger was quoted as saying by

Arsene Wenger is confident Arsenal will reach an agreement with Aaron Ramsey to extend his stay at the Emirates reports the Daily Mail.

Mkhitaryan was hurt in the 61st minute of Arsenal's 4-1 win over the Russian side in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final on Thursday. "He will be an important player in the future of this club". We want him to stay. Having players who want to play for the club is the way we want to play football and is in the values we feel are important to us. "All the three have to be together".

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"They gave us a very good game this season". But the Arsenal boss said it's also a result of Ramsey understanding his body better, the same way a mechanic learns how to keep a vehicle running.

He scored a hat-trick in the recent Premier League win over Everton and Wenger said: "Sometimes there is a re-occurrence of an injury".

'You have to think they were in League One not so long ago, ' Wenger said. A human body is a bit like a Formula One [car], you have to find out really where it matters and what you have to change.

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"The technique is [achievable] for many players, but it's the decision-making that is right".

But it seems Wenger's time at the Emirates may have run out, with the club now said to be in the market for a new tactician.

And with another great track record in Germany with Borussia Monchengladbach, he could be just the man to get Arsenal back on a level playing field with the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham. "It is certainly more hard because the pressure from the fans is bigger everywhere now".

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"It's not so much the technical movement, it's to make the right decision in the right moment".

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