Arsenal's Arsene Wenger could choose to take a general manager role


That "Invincibles" season was his last as a Premier League victor, though, and fans became exhausted of Arsenal's inability to compete for Premier League and Champions League titles. General, I'll work. What is going to I do?

'I think the earlier, the better, ' Wenger said of Arsenal's recruitment process.

"We must play with great enthusiasm, coming from tough matches against Inter and Bologna, because games against Milan are always tightly balanced in a final, even more so".

The last were Edu Gaspar and Gilberto Silva, both crucial in the unbeaten Premier league campaign in the 2003-04 season. You know I didn't miss a training session in 22 years, i never stayed in my office.

However, with Arsenal struggling to fight for supremacy in recent times, the great Frenchman and the London giants have chose to part ways, with Arsene Wenger revealing that he will step down at the end of the current season.

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"Overall I would say I want to finish with two wins and that's why I will go to Leicester tomorrow giving absolutely everything to win the game". 'People want hope and they need to prepare for the next season.

There was nobody near the 32-year-old when he collapsed in a heap during last Thursday night's Europa League semi-final against Atletico Madrid, and it seemed pretty clear nearly immediately that the problem was serious.

In recent matches, four Arsenal players have been injured.

But fellow Frenchman Puel - who played under Wenger at Monaco - believes it will take years for Arsenal to recover from the 68-year-old's departure.

We need two or three additions and this team will compete for the title next season. There is huge potential in there and good spirit. You are seeing defenders go for £70 million.