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Wenger made nine changes at the City Ground and his fringe players went down 4-2 to the mid-table Championship side.

The Frenchman criticised his team after the holders relinquished their grip on the trophy, with Wenger experiencing defeat at the third-round stage for the first time since taking charge of the north London club in 1996.

Wenger insists the Gunners, who last week signed Greek defender Konstantinos Mavropanos, will do further business during the transfer window in an effort to turn things around, but said no deals were imminent.

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“I cannot give you any news on any transfer because we are not close to signing anybody,” he said.

“We signed a Greek boy (Mavropanos) who looks quite good in training but apart from that, we have not done anything. Will we be out there to do something? Yes we will.”

Asked whether there could be developments this week, Wenger said: “Yes, because we are in the second week of January and, after that, it passes quickly.”

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The 28-year-old reveals the Brazilian made him fall in love with football and also targets victory in Saturday’s El Gran Derbi

Sevilla and Betis slug it out for the first time this season in Saturday’s El Gran Derbi – the most hotly anticipated fixture of the year. And Real Betis’s Cristian Tello and Sevilla FC’s Sergio Escudero break down how much the game means to Goal.

Q: What were your thoughts when you used to watch #ElGranDerbi (the derby between Sevilla FC and Real Betis) on television?

ESCUDERO: Whenever I watched Sevilla face Betis on television, I was always bowled over by the wonderful atmosphere and the rivalry between two teams from the same city with vocal fan bases that always get behind their side. It’s one of the most fantastic derbies in world football.

TELLO: As current LaLiga Santander players in the top flight, we constantly think about the fact that we now get the opportunity to savour such atmospheres from the inside.

Q: How would you explain what Sevilla v Betis means to a foreigner?

ESCUDERO: It’s very difficult to explain the feeling that’s entrenched in the game, both at the club and among supporters… You have to be wearing one of the teams’ colours to be able to fully experience it.

TELLO: It’s a spectacular city derby because of the atmosphere and the rivalry between supporters, which is fantastic to see.

Q: If #ElGranDerbi were a film, what would it be?

ESCUDERO:  I think it would be Star Wars, the goodies against the baddies. Of course, that depends on your allegiances (laughter), but as far as we’re concerned, we’re the goodies and they’re the baddies, and it’s the other way round for them.

TELLO: I’d go for 2 Fast 2 Furious.

Q: What do you like the most about Seville?

ESCUDERO: Above all, the people, who’ve treated me so well since I arrived and have always given me everything.

TELLO: I agree. What I like the most is the people because of the way they follow their football and the passion with which they live their lives.

Q: Who is your idol?

ESCUDERO: As a youngster, I always looked up to Roberto Carlos, because of the position that he played in and the fact that he was such an attacking full-back.

TELLO: Since I was little, I’ve always really liked Fernando Torres because of his pace and movement. Now I’d go with [Lionel] Messi, who is undoubtedly the best player in the world.

Q: If you weren’t a footballer, what would you be?

ESCUDERO: If I weren’t a footballer, I’d have liked to have done something in sport. Maybe I’d be a coach or a PE teacher. It would certainly involve sport.

TELLO: I think I’d have also done something connected to sport. I’ve always really liked sport since I was little and if I hadn’t been lucky enough to become a footballer, I would’ve done something else in the same field.

Q: What’s your prediction for #ElGranDerbi?

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Broussia Dortmund would need to be ‘imaginative’ in order to bring Henrikh Mkhitaryan home, according to the club’s CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke.

The Armenia international joined Manchester United the summer before last but has struggled to cement a place in Jose Mourinho‘s strongest XI.

Mkhitaryan was dropped from eight of the last nine Premier League matchday squads before he made a late substitute appearance in Saturday’s frustrating 2-2 draw with Leicester City.

The playmaker is said to have fallen out with his manager and the pair were reportedly involved in a training ground bust-up after a video analysis session highlighted a defensive mistake Mourinho claimed the player had made during a match against Brighton at Old Trafford.

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For the Manchester United fans who have not yet completely erased David Moyes from their collective memory, Newcastle United at home comes with a shiver.

“They are coming to Old Trafford and we are going to make it as hard for them as we possibly can,” Moyes said, in December 2013.

Make it hard. For Newcastle. At Old Trafford.

That, and the fact United lost the game 1-0, came, in part, to symbolise Moyes’ reign as manager. A perceived lack of belief and results that seemed to prove it.

Newcastle were the third team to win at Old Trafford during Moyes’ tenure after Everton and West Bromwich Albion. Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea City, Liverpool and Manchester City would all do the same by the time he was sacked.

United under Jose Mourinho do not have the same problem.

Newcastle were beaten at Old Trafford on Saturday in the way they used to be. Comfortably and, despite scoring an early goal, with minimal fuss.

“Lads, it’s Newcastle,” Sir Alex Ferguson might have said.

It extended United’s unbeaten run at home to 38 games in all competitions — matching Ferguson’s best run between December 1998 and April 2000. The club record is 39 games unbeaten between 1964 and 1966.

Mourinho’s team have also won their first nine home games of the season — a post-war club record. Dwight Gayle’s opener for Newcastle was the first league goal United have conceded at home since April.

The belief is back and so are the results.

Of course, it means nothing to Mourinho and he said as much at his prematch news conference on Friday. He is not here to set records, he said, only to win trophies. If one follows the other, then great. But it is only really silverware that interests him.

Mourinho might not want to spend too much time talking about United’s home form, but it is not an accident. His career is built on winning home games. Particularly home games in the league.

Between February 2002 and April 2011, he did not lose one. The run spanned nine years, one month and 10 days, four clubs in four different countries, 150 games, 125 wins and 25 draws.

Since taking over at Porto in 2002, Mourinho has only ever lost nine league games at home — and four of those were during Chelsea’s disastrous run at the beginning of the 2015-16 season.

Barcelona are still the only side to inflict a home defeat on a Mourinho team in the league during a season when they have gone on to win the title.

The team that beat Real Madrid 3-1 at the Bernabeu in December 2011 included Lionel Messi, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and David Villa and was managed by Pep Guardiola.

It was Guardiola’s Manchester City that last won at Old Trafford more than a year ago.

They will be back on Dec. 10 for a game that could decide whether or not there will be a title race this season.

City have been in blistering form but, at home, Mourinho will fancy his chances.

“After playing so many away games recently, seven of our last 10, it is pleasing that five of our next eight matches will all be at Old Trafford,” he wrote in his programme notes ahead of Newcastle’s visit.

“This is a time when we can build momentum as we work towards our aims, and like I always say, we will always do better when you play with us, so if you get behind the boys, they can make some real progress over the coming weeks.”

Progress for United would be eating into City’s eight-point lead at the top of the table.

It is thanks to their home form that they are still in touch at all after losing two and drawing two of their last five Premier League away games.

Wins over Brighton & Hove Albion, CSKA Moscow and Manchester City in the next month would set a new club mark of 41 consecutive games unbeaten at home. But victory over City would be more significant than the other 40 put together.

The belief, the fear factor — whatever you want to call it — is back for the first time since Ferguson retired.

Meaningful title challenges also disappeared when Sir Alex left. Mourinho will hope that is about to change, too.

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BIRMINGHAM — Kevin De Bruyne believes Manchester City are entering a crucial week for their ambitions for silverware this season.

City can guarantee a place in the last-16 of the Champions League with a draw away to Serie A leaders Napoli on Wednesday.

And they can guarantee a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League going into the international break on Sunday with a victory over Arsenal in a game which finishes before Manchester United, their closest rivals, face a difficult clash away to champions Chelsea.

“We know if we go to Napoli and win then we’ll have qualified — that would be a nice position,” De Bruyne told reporters.

“Then hopefully another good one against Arsenal and put some pressure on the rest of the teams.

“It’s important just to get qualified not about thinking about what it might mean, whether we could get a rest. If we are qualified, that is done.
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“We might then have to think about finishing first or whatever but we know if we get a point or win, we are qualified.”

City extended their Premier League winning streak to eight games on Saturday with a 3-2 win away to West Bromwich Albion.

They have drawn once and not been beaten this season but De Bruyne insists it is impossible for City to go all season without a defeat in the league.

“To go unbeaten? Well, it’s very hard. I don’t think it will be possible,” he said. “The level of competition is so high, in every team.

“It’s not like, with all respect, 10 or 15 years ago where you have a couple of teams that won’t win against the top teams. Now, every game is hard and you need to be mentally there.

“And with the Champions League and all the cups, there will be a game where maybe we are a little bit less and maybe lose. But as long as it keeps going, it’s good.”