Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

Arsene Wenger admits his long goodbye from Arsenal has been a bittersweet experience as he prepares to finally say farewell on Sunday.

Speaking in an interview with SFR Sport, Arsène Wenger discussed the Emirates Stadium send-off that he received last week during his final home game as Arsenal boss.

The Frenchman, who will take charge of his last game for the Gunners at Huddersfield on Sunday after nearly 22 years in charge, won three Premier League titles when the north London club were based at Highbury.

"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 wonderful 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 even suggested he felt like a portrait of Chapman hanging outside the dressing rooms tipped him a smile as he headed out for his final game.

Arsenal, one of the clubs to have dominated the Premier League during the 90s and the early 2000s, have a large fan base in the Indian subcontinent and Wenger's revelations will send undoubtedly send them into a frenzy.

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. "That would be very hard, I'd stay at home that day".

"It will be soon because it is a way for other clubs to fight against the Premier League", Wenger said. "I don't know, honestly", Wenger told reporters on Thursday. I would say the legacy is what you think is important, with the way you behave with your players. It's why he did something unbelievable in his final goodbyes with the fans.

And as Sportsmail revealed last month, Arsene Wenger's current No 2 Steve Bould is also set to remain at the club once the Frenchman leaves.

"A domestic league will certainly play Tuesday, Wednesday".

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