Arsenal has been handed a tough Champions League play-off as they’re drawn against Turkish side Fenerbahce.
The Premier League side face a tough trip to Turkey as they take on Fenerbahce.
The Turkish side are awaiting a final ruling over whether they will be allowed to go into the competition proper this season, having been banned from competing in Europe by UEFA for match-fixing in domestic competition.
They have challenged that ruling and a CAS verdict is due before the group stage draw is made, but home and away matches against Arsenal stand to go ahead before that decision arrives.
UEFA on Friday said no decision has yet been made regarding what would happen in the event of Fenerbahce winning the tie and losing their CAS appeal.
Fenerbahce finished second in the Turkish Super Lig last season, while Arsenal took fourth place in the Premier League.