While there is unrest in the Midlands, it was all gratitude and platitudes Sunday at the Emirates, where Wenger had his final home match in charge as he nears the end of his 22nd and final season with Arsenal (18-6-12). I didn't analyse anything or consider anything. And then, after, I will rest a little bit and think about where I go from there. "I will be active - my brain demands work".
"The Premier League, we can accept this but in my work there is no pressure because it doesn't change my philosophy".
"I have a very good relationship with the management". What will I do? "I don't know yet".
Media reports have speculated over who will replace Wenger at Arsenal, with Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique, and former Chelsea and Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti among those linked with the vacancy.
Allegri, who is set to deliver a fourth successive Serie A title with Juventus, is reportedly the front-runner but there is also talk that the likes of Carlo Ancelotti and Luis Enrique - both now out of work - could also be targeted. This game has no real importance to neither side but I am sure that both teams would want to end the season with a win.
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"There's a good basis". Rumors are the team have put out feelers to Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner, whose team can secure top-flight football for a second straight season with a victory in either of their last two matches.
"I expect the boys to give the fans, the club and me another great evening". I will wait until they make the decision and then after support the guy to do well.
"He is devastated because he has surgery that means six months out".
With Arsene Wenger announcing his departure from Arsenal, the Frenchman has revealed just exactly how many clubs want him at the helm next season. The World Cup in Russian Federation kicks off from June 14 onwards and the Gunners are looking to get someone aboard prior to that.