Arsene Wenger has revealed what the incoming Arsenal manager would do to succeed at the club, per report.
Wenger was appointed as the manager of Arsenal in 1996 and after winning the Premier League and FA Cup, he’s finally going to exit the club with a single European trophy to his name in his final season.
Arsenal were subject of a 2-1 defeat to Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano last night and the result left fans and Wenger himself ‘super sad’.
The Europa League was a double chance for Arsenal to win a trophy this season and return to the Champions League. Wenger will leave the club without ever winning the Champions League and the last time he won the Premier League was in 2004, a feat that is poor by all standard for his perceived quality.
A physically disgruntled Arsene Wenger spoke after the defeat last night and he said: “All the love stories come to an end and they do not always finish well. Most of the time they do not finish well. I am super sad. The next day is always worse than on the night.
“I feel sad because I love this club. You don’t give 20 years of your life and walk away easy. My successor will need to make this club the priority of his life and commit completely and totally like he owns the club. There is no other way.”
Arsene Wenger will feature for the last time at the Emirates on Sunday when his side takes on Burnley. We hear that a grand farewell is being prepared for him and this will usher in a new era at the club.
There is just this inexplicable nostalgic feeling about his imminent departure. MerciArsene.