Wright at the top of the standings Ian Wright says that Arsenal will finish in the top four this season. He said: "I have confidence in Arsenal finishing fourth because I think their attackers will cause all the problems of the other teams – but I'm still worried about the defensive side of things and the way the players start the season under Unai Emery. , and understanding what he wants from them, will be so crucial. "They start against a City team that knows exactly what they are doing, but it could be a good time to play because some of their players are lagging behind the World Cup. "Will Arsenal play this pressing game and could they take City off guard?" Dembele bidArsenal made an offer for Barcelona star Ousmane Dembele – but the Catalan giants refused to say the 21-year-on. The day of the deadline emerged suggesting that the Catalan giants had received an offer from the Premier League side. This was wiped out by several journalists, with David Ornstein of BBC Sport claiming that Arsenal had chosen against pursuing a timed agreement despite their interest in the attacker. But the RAC1 says that Arsenal tried to lure Dembele to the north of London while the clock ticked. Update by RyseyUnai Emery reiterated once again his desire to see Aaron Ramsey sign a new contract to stay at Arsenal. The Welsh midfielder is in the final 12 months of his current deal and after a decade with the Gunners he has been linked to a transfer. Ahead of the visit of the reigning champions, Emery told journalists about Ramsey's contract: "It's not my job, it's very important for me to stay with us." His experience here in Arsenal and the Premier League is very important and it will give us all the information and performance in its quality, so the contract is to talk to the club and the players. "Three exitsUnai Emery has called the three players who think they will leave the club before the end of the month.With the transfer windows all over Europe still open until the end of the month, many players could still leave." We have only three players: Carl Jenkinson, David Ospina and Joel Campbell, with the possibility to leave, "said Emery.Arsenal has signed five players this summer while Emery tries to mount a charge for the Premier League.Ozil claimAlan Smith says that Unai Emery must understand how to get the most out of Mesut Ozil if he wants to succeed in Arsenal. "For me, this is a relationship that could go two ways: if Ozil responds to Emery or if he does not," says Smith. been moments in the last few years w hen Ozil seems to have turned off and lost the ball, and the team lost the ball and the team suffered. "It will be fascinating how Emery takes care of this – Ozil is a player who signed up for luck and who should play."