Arsene Wenger has said that the Europa League final being played in Baku, is “a bad dream” for Arsenal and Chelsea fans.
Current Gunners manager, Unai Emery, will be without midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who won’t head out because of security concerns given the political strains between his local Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Numerous supporters are additionally set to miss the excursion as well, given the troubles in making a trip to Baku.
Arsene Wenger, Europa League
“It’s a tad of a bad dream [for the fans].
“The groups have no issue. They live in perfect conditions – they have their personal jet, pleasant business seats. Be that as it may, it’s the fans.
“[Mkhitaryan’s situation] is something that ought not occur in football.
“I feel it’s not ordinary that in 2019 – inside Europe, with extremely modern vote based systems – that you can’t play for political reasons,” Wenger disclosed to BBC Sport. “