Arsenal will find it hard to replace Wenger - Gilberto Silva

  • Arsenal will find it hard to replace Wenger - Gilberto Silva

Arsenal will find it hard to replace Wenger - Gilberto Silva

Frenchman Wenger, who is leaving the club after nearly 22 years in charge, was given a guard of honour by both sets of players before the kickoff and then walked to the visiting Arsenal supporters to acknowledge them.

Only Brighton, Swansea City, West Brom and Stoke City have a worse Premier League record than Arsenal in the 2017-18 season. The next evolution? You will certainly have a European league over the weekends.

He won three Premier League titles, including the famous 2003-04 unbeaten season, and seven FA Cups, while revolutionising English football with his ground-breaking use of sports science and scouting of players from previously untapped markets like Africa.

Wenger said the move was "inevitable" because the big clubs would want a bigger slice of the money that comes into football and would be less willing to share it with their smaller rivals.

Premier League giant, Arsenal are considering a move for departing PSG coach Unai Emery. previously reported that Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly planning to replace current manager Unai Emery with Zinedine Zidane should the Spaniard fail to get past Los Blancos in the Champions League. "But if you have Real Madrid v Barcelona, or Real Madrid v Arsenal, or Manchester United v Bayern Munich every week the audiences will be good".

A source close to Yahoo Sport revealed, "He knows he needs a fresh experience, but he's not the guy who wants to go to England without a real chance to win".

"We live in a society where people want quick change and that has changed in recent years". The end of the Frenchman's reign will bring a different outlook to the club after 22 long years with the Arsenal faithful eager for a breath of fresh air at the Emirates Stadium.

"I would say, personally, from 2006 to 2015 - it was certainly the period where I needed to be the strongest and did my best job", Wenger said.