- Arsenal have been told by Abdullahi Biffo to maintain form if they want to win the EPL title
- The former Kwara United and Niger Tornadoes coach said Man City are also still in the race
- After 19 games this season in the English top flight, the Gunners are still tops with 50 points
Former Kwara United coach, Abdullahi Biffo has stated emphatically that Arsenal might not end up winning the Premier League title at the end of the ongoing season.
The Nigerian manager said that although he has been impressed with the performance of the Gunners so far this season, leading Manchester City by only five points leaves the title race still open.
There is no doubt about the fact that Arsenal have been surprising fans around the world this season, as they have only lost one game so far after 19 matches played.
Countless numbers of the club's fans are of the view that this is their season, to finally lift the Premier League title after more than a decade.
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Speaking exclusively to Sports Brief, Biffo - who is a Manchester United fan - claimed that the day is still young to tip Arsenal for the EPL title.
Biffo's statement about Arsenal
"I have watched four of their games this season at the Emirates [Stadium] when I went for my UEFA Course in London and I must commend the coaching crew and players."
"But we can't give them the title yet because they are only leading Man City with five points and we all know that Guardiola will continue to fight."
Biffo said one thing was certain - if Arsenal were to avoid relaxing in the race, the team may well end up winning the title this term.
Camavinga linked with Arsenal
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Real Madrid midfielder, Eduardo Camavinga gave the biggest hint yet that he may be open to a potential loan move to Arsenal.
The Frenchman joined Los Blancos in 2021 from Ligue 1 side Rennes, but has struggled for game time since making the £27.7-million switch.
Camavinga has since made 66 appearances for the La Liga champions and has often been substituted in the games he has started.