Seven points the difference between the league champions Chelsea and second placed Tottenham Hotspurs last season, where we saw the title decided two weeks prior to the season's conclusion.
Asked whether it was an issue that he would have six players out of contract, Wenger said.
As per the latest developments, Barcelona have in fact allowed Brazilian sensation - Neymar, to depart from Camp Nou, in a move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain for a whopping price of £196 million. Monaco will be able to get what will be an upgrade on Lemar without spending much money and Arsenal will be able to avoid selling Sanchez to a direct rival. It's been far too long, for reasons many of us understand, but Arsene Wenger has had unquestionable wealth in recent years and there can be no excuse for not competing.
It is understood that Wenger is trying to secure a replacement, incase Alexis Sanchez departs this summer, although he has maintained publicly that the player would not be sold.
And City are confident that Sanchez wants to join them this summer, with the Daily Star reporting that they will leave the door open until the end of the window, which closes at the end of August.
Wenger also hinted that Lucas Perez, who was frustrated last season due to a lack of game time, could be on the way out of the club - at least in the short term.
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China is sensitive about ASEAN including even veiled references to the expansion of its military capabilities on the islands. Wang said there was now a "high level of sensitivity and complexity" that had hurt China's relations with North Korea.
Wenger acknowledges that there were many who wanted to see him move on, but he remains unfazed by his critics. I understand it is for charity and often the team that tries hardest is often not the better of the two.
"I think friendly games have ended for us", Conte said.
Conte won the title in his first season at Stamford Bridge with a squad lacking depth, but wants multiple new faces to cope with the additional strain of Champions League football.
Wenger refused to rule out Sanchez featuring in Sunday's Community Shield clash with Chelsea, despite him only returning to training on Tuesday following a delayed break and a bout of illness.
He said: "I will always play a team that has a good chance to win the next game".