Unai Emery demands Arsenal’s principle center stays to verify a main four completion in the Premier League this season, regardless of making an immense stride towards the Europa League last on Thursday.
The Gunners have a 3-1 advantage over Valencia going into one week from now’s semi-last second-leg, making them solid top choices to achieve the last in Baku on May 29.
Prior to their excursion to Spain, Arsenal welcome Brighton to the Emirates on Super Sunday, live on Sky Sports Premier League, as they endeavor to overwhelm Chelsea in the race for fourth.
“My message is the same for the team and the supporters, our first priority continues to be the Premier League,” Emery said.
“If we win our match against Brighton, then we are going to play our last match against Burnley with the possibility to be in the top four.
“The second [priority] is the Europa League. We need to play the second leg in Valencia but it is going to be difficult.
“For us, the Premier League is the first competition where we want to do something important this year.”