Ahead of Saturday’s Premier League visit to the Liberty Stadium, Arsène Wenger faced the media at London Colney.

The Arsenal manager had some pretty bleak injury news to share before going on to discuss who could replace Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott in the team.

As well as talking about his own team, the boss had praise for Garry Monk’s Swansea side and recommended former player Remi Garde to Aston Villa. Garde is the favourite to take the vacant manager’s job at Villa Park.

Most importantly, Wenger revealed who will be scoring the 2000th goal under his reign, joking that he planned to score the landmark goal.

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