Arsene Wenger: Tottenham may have to face selling Harry Kane

  • Arsene Wenger: Tottenham may have to face selling Harry Kane

Arsene Wenger: Tottenham may have to face selling Harry Kane

Wenger, 68, will leave the Emirates Stadium after a reign lasting nearly 22 years when the season ends away to Huddersfield on Sunday.But the Frenchman is predicting a huge overhaul of football in the near future, with Premier League fixtures relegated to midweek slots. "I'm anything but ready and for me personally, this experience we have had in the last season will help me to be better in the future".

"I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years", Wenger said.

Arsenal travel to Mooy's Huddersfield Town for the marquee occasion, made doubly special after the Terriers confirmed their place in England's top flight for another season in mid-week.

As Arsene Wenger prepares to call time his 22 year career in charge at Arsenal, the three time Premier League winning manager believes that a breakaway European Super League is "inevitable".

Arsenal will take on a Huddersfield side that secured draws against Chelsea FC and Premier League champions Manchester City in their last two Premier League games. "We know we have the quality to create and score goals, which we did, but their second goal killed the game". His hand was so cold it felt like he had frost bite but I realised that I'd just high-fived a living legend.

The Gunners hierarchy are on the hunt for a new manager for the first time in 22 years after Wenger announced he was leaving the club this summer. The Emirates for me was like buying a new house. "It's unbelievable they haven't got a point away this year", Merson told Sky Sports.

"I definitely have emotions attached to the club because of last season", he said.

However, they won't want to leave the season on a sour note, as their 3-1 loss away to Leicester means that they still have not picked up a single away point in the new year.

"That is basically what I tried to do: to give people an experience in life that is not every day".

"They have done after the game on Wednesday and I just received an email that on Sunday after the game there will be a big celebration party for the club's staff members, which makes me very happy".