Thursday, 16 August, 2018

Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace EPL

Arsene Wenger GETTY Arsene Wenger steps down as Arsenal boss at the end of the season
Cary Erickson | 15 May, 2018, 23:42

Arsenal are still to announce a replacement for Wenger with Max Allegri current favourite.

The 68-year-old has revealed he has received many offers to remain in management but admitted he is yet to decide whether he will take up any of them.

The Sun says Toffees major shareholder Moshiri is ready to match the £8million-a-year salary Wenger earns at Arsenal. "So we have to share the money but nobody is interested in you". Not really, I'm sad.

Greeted by headlines asking 'Arsene who?' when he was hired in 1996, Wenger departs firmly established as Arsenal's greatest manager.

A 3-1 defeat at Leicester on Wednesday night means Arsenal have an identical away record to already-relegated West Brom this season, winning just three games on the road and taking three points away from the Emirates Stadium since the turn of the year.

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"The next evolution? Maybe I will see you in a few years and you will certainly have a European league over the weekends", Wenger said (via The Guardian). I get so many messages from players, that are not about the trophies we won together, they are more about the human aspect.

"Taking Arsenal to a different level from all this year, dedicating his life and not only his job, time at the club but all his life for this fantastic club and he's the kind of person that will be missed in football but I hope he is still somehow in the game".

Wenger was given a guard of honour before kick-off at the John Smith's Stadium and the feelgood atmosphere peaked in the 22nd minute - marking his number of years in charge - when he was afforded a lengthy period of applause from the entire stadium. Therefore, we've rounded up everything you might have missed from yesterday into one place. If you look at the audiences of the Champions League it is not fantastic.

"Huddersfield have worked their socks off in the last two games - I can't think there'd be much left in the tank - so I'm tipping Wenger to sign off with a win".

Whether Wenger will return to management elsewhere or settle for a director of football role with one of Europe's superpowers remains to be seen.