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Arsene Wenger on Crystal Palace and Santi Cazorla's future


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expects a "passionate afternoon" when the Gunners face Crystal Palace at the Selhurst Park.

Under new boss Alan Pardew, the Eagles registered a number of very positive results including wins over Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City and the Frenchman admits Saturday's game will not be easy for his players.

"It's always very intense and it is a very dynamic ground," Wenger said.

"It's a bit like Highbury as an old-fashioned stadium with a soul and it has a crowd that is always behind their team. We expect a passionate afternoon.

"Alan Pardew has done extremely well. They have found confidence again and they made positive results and that is what it is about when you are a manager."

Meanwhile, the Arsenal boss rubbished rumours linking midfielder Santi Cazorla with a possible move to Atletico Madrid.

"He extended his contract last year," he said.

"He was 30 years old and he has two years to go. You know our policy at the club, so I don't think there's anything special to worry about there.

"The suggestion is only a suggestion. We have never been approached by anybody about him."

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