Wenger: Tottenham may have to sell Kane, even to Arsenal


David Ospina needs Arsenal to supply "readability" as they seek for the managerial successor to Arsene Wenger, who will take cost of the Gunners for the ultimate time at Huddersfield on Sunday.

Mesut Ozil, Mohamed Elneny, Laurent Koscielny and Santi Cazorla are injured while the rest of the squad will be available for the game.

Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner on Arsene Wenger: "I can't imagine that this can happen again, so this only shows he has done something extraordinary".

He added: "The Champions League final [defeat to Barcelona] was 2006, 12 years ago". While speaking to Arsenal's official website he spoke about how he will want to change the first leg result against Atletico Madrid, where the Gunners conceded a goal with the Spanish club down to 10 men.

Back in 2009, Wenger also had this to say: "I see more a European league developing over time rather than one team going out of the country".

The 68-year-old claimed that audiences were down for midweek Champions League ties, and a move to glamour European fixtures on weekends under a new format would be attractive.

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However it was Vardy's worldwide team-mate Kane who had the final say with his curling effort. It was level in the 53rd when Lamela's shot went in off Fuchs for an own-goal.

"We had to do it", Wenger said."There is no club that can turn people who wanted to attend the game down".

"I will stay in football for sure". I thought maybe we won't score the second goal, but we can not concede - they never crossed the halfway line. There would be a trickle down into the football league too as it would be more hard for lower league clubs to make the jump into the top tier.

On what his legacy is: trophies or stadium? . You could smell the soul of every guy that played there.

"I'm so happy that we are able to host him in his last Premier League game after 22 years, that we are able to host him in these circumstances; we really can give him all the honour and all the attention he deserves".

Howoever it was the German global who stole the show when he was the highest bidder of the watch that was made in collaboration with the club's legend Thierry Henry. "When you have that you have less good players", he added.