It seems that Arsene Wenger's men are set for at least one season in the Europa League, and while many people are teasing them about that, it seems one of their players, former Chelsea man Petr Cech, thinks it's not that bad.
BT Sport have announced that they will be broadcasting the Champions League and Europa League finals for free to "absolutely anyone" in the United Kingdom.
But Cech, who won the Europa League with Chelsea in 2013, feels the competition deserves respect, especially now that it offers the winners a Champions League place.
UEFA says Ceferin decided "trophy presentations on the pitch will now be standard practice across all UEFA club and national team competitions".
They've got to get into the Champions League to become one of the big guys again.
'It is a fantastic memory for myself to look at the medal. I have only played in it [the Europa League] once and was fortunate, in one go, to have won it.
A glorious revelation for football fans everywhere, with the tantalising prospect of spectating both Real Madrid and Juventus battle for the Champions League title on June 3, and Manchester United's tussle with Ajax for the Europa League crown on the May 24 respectively for absolutely no charge. "Let's see what will happen".
The decision has been taken by Uefa's President, Aleksander Čeferin and a statement from European football's governing body claims that the move will give supporters - both in the stadium and watching on the television -a better view of the trophy lifts.
"We have a hard game, let's not forget this first", said the 34-year-old.
In order to secure a Top Three spot, the Gunners would need to win against Everton as well as seeing a heavy defeat for Manchester City and/or defeat Liverpool this weekend.
Cech's counterpart Jordan Pickford was outstanding in goal for the visitors and the 23-year-old, who has been linked with a move to Arsenal, felt the whole team put in a solid performance.
"I did alright and made some good saves so I'm pleased with my performance".