Arsene Wenger says he would not swap Emirates for more Arsenal trophies

Arsene Wenger says he would not swap Emirates for more Arsenal trophies

Arsene Wenger predicts a European Super League will be introduced over the next few years, leading to major changes for the Premier League. "It's these contradictions I don't understand and would like to know better", Wenger added. "At some stage it has to end, I wish everyone well, the fans have been great until the end and I wish the club well for the future".

He announced he would be leaving Arsenal after nearly 22 years in charge then saw his side miss out on a place in the Europa League Final because of a narrow defeat to Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals.

"Money in football is not a problem, it's the way it has been used".

January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored nine Premier League goals for Arsenal, a tally only bettered over the same period by Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, with 12.

Gone were the "Wenger out" taunts that followed him in recent years.

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On being asked what he thinks India would be like, Wenger said, "I would say it is a country with a special culture". Because the Champions League doesn't sell well anymore. And I always encouraged Arsenal to organise a tour in India.

While Huddersfield set about organising the mawkish tribute, those behind the scenes at Arsenal are setting about finding his successor, and a report in The Times today claims that they have set their sights on one man. "I would like to see it myself".

But what would having the biggest and best English clubs competing week in, week out on the continent mean for the Premier League? "As a professional, a person and the way he approached and also for the club and especially for football and I think everybody in football should thank him for everything he did".

Wenger is likely to receive a hero's send-off by the Gunners faithful on Sunday - for the three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup triumphs he brought to the club during his 22-year reign.

'However I simply hope we can provide him one thing to shout about for his final sport and assist him log off with a win'.

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