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

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The 68-year-old has been on a prolonged farewell tour since Arsenal announced on April 20 that he had agreed to part ways with the north London club following another troubled season.

When Wenger was asked by reporters, according to ESPN, if there is chance Spurs will be forced to face the same issues he did 12 years ago, the Arsenal head coach replied: "There are some things that have changed". "The prices for the stadium have doubled".

"Will they have to sell players?"

The scale of the changes he's made are virtually immeasurable; culture, style, stadium and structure are all hugely different from what was the case when he arrived. So they might get more supply.

The Gunners are now on the lookout for a new boss after Arsene Wenger confirmed that he will be stepping down at the end of the season after nearly 22 years in charge of the north London club.

Hector Bellerin said he will "definitely be at Arsenal next season" while praising "father figure" Arsene Wenger.

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"It's all there. The financial situation, we have good players, the stadium - it's all there", Wenger said. But he admitted has navigation of the city still leaves a lot to be desired.

But either way, there's no question Wenger has given his all for Arsenal - and that surely is enough for him to receive the farewell his two decades of service warrants.

The Times also say that Allegri is learning English, and that Arsenal want the appointment signed and sealed before the World Cup begins in June. Even with my experience, when it was 1-0 in the second half [of the first leg] I never thought it would finish 1-1. "It's not far, but".

Wenger has his last game as Arsenal boss at Huddersfield tomorrow. Although he could soon be moving overseas as well, having said that he'd still like another job in management before retiring. "Because to accept to commit to five years when you build the stadium to work with restricted resources and keep the club in a position where we can pay our debts back, I personally feel I did my best job in that period".

Mattias is ESPN FC's Arsenal correspondent.