Wenger doesn't want to betray Arsenal

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Frenchman Wenger, who is leaving the club after nearly 22 years in charge, was given a guard of honour by both sets of players before the kickoff and then walked to the visiting Arsenal supporters to acknowledge them.

ARSENE WENGER took his leave of Arsenal at the end of a record Premier League season for managerial departures. We all know whoever that may be just needs to toughen up the midfield, perhaps by not showing Granit Xhaka unopposed loyalty, and reframe the defence.

Wenger was said to be among the top football managers that discovered the talent of Cristiano Ronaldo while he was playing in Portugal.

"It has been emotional for anybody connected to Arsenal football club".

It will be impossible for any new coach to have the same impact as Wenger did, but that's not where the bar should be set. "As I said in my speech on the pitch after the Burnley game, I'm a fan above all".

Massimiliano Allegri
GettyMassimiliano Allegri is preparing to discuss his Juventus future later this week

Two planes flew over the stadium, carrying messages reading; "Merci Arsene, we will miss you too" and "One Arsene Wenger".

Previous favourite, Juventus manager Max Allegri had been sounded out it is believed he is now looking to stay at La Vecchia Signora, unless he has a sudden change of heart.

That reciprocation of the relationship at Huddersfield was a touching moment, the Frenchman quipped afterwards: "I should have announced every week that I was retiring, people have been so nice with me since I said that!" "I want the best for my friends and he is a friend of mine".

It was Arsenal's first Premier League away win this year at the end of another disappointing campaign, which forced Wenger's announcement three weeks ago that it would be his last in charge.

"Yes I had offers, yes, of course".

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