I think they are trying to organise it at the moment.
'He holds the ball up and brings other players into play, while Eddie was a little bit of a struggle first half.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said he still wants only the best for his former club Manchester City, even though a European ban for the English Premier League champions could give the Gunners a route into next season's Champions League. You don't know until you expose them [how they will handle it].
"They're going to have to wait, spend a lot of money in the summer, and do a lot of things differently to what they've been doing, because I don't see them being good enough to get into the top five".
Matteo Guendouzi is back in contention, having been omitted from the squad on Sunday.
In accordance to The Telegraph, Guendouzi and his supervisor had a "heated row" in the course of the Gunners' recent wintertime break coaching camp in Dubai as the Spanish mentor was disappointed with the midfielder's perspective.
There is a chance Guendouzi will start given Lucas Torreira did not make the journey through illness.
Asked about the intensity of playing Premier League and Europa League games and a potential need to rest players, Arteta added: "That's why we have a big squad and we can rotate the players". One week it will be one reason, one week it will be another reason.
"If they have to do that every three days, it can be an issue but as well we have to try to adapt and choose the players that can perform in each game".
Arteta wants whoever is picked to show their flexibility against Pedro Martins' side, who twice scared Tottenham in the Champions League group stage.
"It's very hard. I want the best for Manchester City, the best for Pep (Guardiola) and the players", he said. "To play, play, play - and win".