"He can play right, play left, inside like a 10 player, and I am going to use him in all the positions in the attacking third", Emery said.
"It is easy for him to adapt to playing for us".
He has character, big character, and he has the quality to play here.
"I am thinking of all the players, and I will make my decision tomorrow, but if he starts I have confidence in him", he said. At Seville, he was on the left, at Villarreal on the right and with Barcelona, more inside'.
When pressed on how long Suarez will need to get up to full speed, Emery added: "Firstly he knows the language - he can speak English, which is important for us".
The north London side fought hard to ensure they weren't obliged to sign Suarez in the summer and the club will asses whether the Spaniard has performed sufficiently under Unai Emery. Today he was with the group.
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The judge gave each side a week to present arguments for or against such an order in this case. "This is a criminal proceeding, not a public relations campaign", Jackson said .
Well, one Arsenal fan responded to the news of Suarez's arrival by taking to YouTube and posting a video titled: "11 Times Denis Suárez Showed His Class!" "Our challenge is [big] against every team, but on Sunday we are playing against the best".
Captain Laurent Koscielny meanwhile is fit to return, despite a recent jaw injury, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan could feature after overcoming a foot problem.
Arsenal will be looking to cement their position in the top four with a positive result against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
"We have a very big motivation in our competition in the Premier League and the Europa League, and I think for example that Sunday is a very big and tough match, but it's a great match for us to show everybody how we are now against Manchester".
"He did not play for Barcelona's first team a lot of times but he helped there and played in the Champions League".
"The possibility and capacity is all different".
And if Malcom had gone to Arsenal, it would have killed any Tottenham hopes of eventually signing a player they have had their eye on (Telegraph) for over a year now.