Arsenal manager has opened up about his views on the Premier League’s top three clubs Liverpool, Spurs and Man City, ahead of his side’s trip to the Etihad this afternoon.
Spanish coach Emery reckons it is not realistic to compare Arsenal to reigning Premier League Champions Man City, because the North London club simply don’t have the spending power of the Abu Dhabi owned outfit.
However, when asked about Liverpool and Spurs, Emery admitted that he does see the Gunners being able to develop in a similar way.
“They are two different teams,” Emery told his pre-match press conference.
“Different manner of playing, but with very big organisation, very big managers and also very big players.
“For example the progress from Liverpool is very important progress and now they are the favourites because they have the lead.
“Maybe Manchester City is a different example because they bought a very important lot with paying a lot and maybe we can’t do that now like that, but our way is we can also do one way similar to Liverpool, similar to Tottenham.
“Doing more with young players, using well players who can improve with us. And we are doing that. We need time, but also we need to be very demanding of ourselves to do that.”