Legendary French striker and former Arsenal sensational Thierry Henry has given his verdict on which teams will finish in the Premier League’s top four at the end of the season.
The 39-year old risks facing the wrath of the gunners’ with his top four predictions that exclude his former club Arsenal among the teams that will be challenging for champions league places.
Henry seems to imply that the gunners will not qualify for Europe’s most prestigious competition for the first under the charges of Arsene Wenger.
“Arsenal usually finish in a strong way and the top four still have to play each, but it’s difficult to see Arsenal making it. It is a massive gap now to finish in the top four,” he said while speaking to Sky Sports.
“I will say in comparison to how they played against West Brom, it was a massive improvement against Man City. But I think the top four will be Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool.”
The North London based club currently lie fifth on the Premier League table following their 3-0 win over West Ham United on Wednesday but remain four points adrift of a Man City in fourth place. Arsenal, however, has a game in hand.