Arsenal train in Baku and Unai Emery refine the preparations for the Europa League final against Chelsea
- Arsenal team has earned their spurs in Baku before the final of the Europa League
- Unai Emery was in charge of his players before the Chelsea collision
- Emery took the opportunity to give instructions to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Arsenal continued his preparations for the long-awaited Europa League final against the Chelsea Wednesday evening with a new training session in Baku.
The Unai Emery team flew to Azerbaijan on Saturday and worked hard the past few days to make sure they are in the best shape for the final.
Emery ran the line over his players in the Bakcell Arena, where Neftci PFK is located.
Sokratis competes for the ball with Lucas Torreira as Arsenal train in the Bakcell Arena in Baku
Torreira could play a crucial role if Arsenal faces Chelsea in the final of the Europa League
Arsenal boss Unai Emery gives instructions to striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Emery aims to close his first season as an Arsenal manager with silverware
The Arsenal boss took the opportunity to give instructions to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has scored eight goals in the Europa League this season so far.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Petr Cech looked focused while preparing for the final match of his career, which, if selected, saw that he was going to beat his former club Chelsea.
Arsenal is determined to win their first European trophy since 1994, and what would only be the third in their history, but know that they face a tough task facing a Chelsea side with Eden Hazard.
Goalkeeper Petr Cech prepares for his former club in the last match of his career
Defender Shkodran Mustafi goes for goal with a spectacular effort during the training session
Midfielder Mesut Ozil will be determined to make a big impact against Chelsea
Defender Laurent Koscielny controls the ball while Alexandre Lacazette watches
Winning the Europa League is the only route from Arsenal to next year's Champions League, giving Emery & # 39; s team an additional reason to succeed.
Arsenal will name twelve substitutes for the final, with young players like Eddie Nketiah, Joe Willock, Bukayo Saka and Xavier Amaechi ready to be included.
The Gunners have not played a competitive game since May 12 when they closed their Premier League campaign with a 3-1 win over Burnley.
Defender Sead Kolasinac seems to keep the young winger Bukayo Saka off during the session
Talented young midfielder Joe Willock fights for possession with Ainsley Maitland-Niles
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