Arsene Wenger has said that his club will adapt financially if they fail to qualify for the lucrative group stage of the Champions League. Arsenal play Besiktas tonight at the Emirates Stadium in the second leg of their qualifying tie. The first leg in Istanbul finished 0-0 so the Gunners are at risk of going out, especially if they concede an away goal.
A place in the group stage is worth millions of pounds but Wenger said his club could cope if they fail to qualify:
"It will affect us because we'll have less income, but it will not affect our balance sheet in a dramatic way because we can survive without that. We want to be in the Champions League because we want to play top level football. Financially we've always adapted. When we had small resources, we always adapted to having small resources."
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