Arsenal in talks to bring legendary manager Arsene Wenger back to the team

Coach Mikel Arteta revealed that Arsenal club had just opened negotiations with an attempt to bring the legendary former coach Arsene Wenger back to the Emirates Stadium team.

The 72-year-old French strategist won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups during his 22-year tenure at Arsenal, which ended in 2018. One of Wenger’s most notable achievements was helping The “Gunners” completed the 2003 – 2004 Premier League season with an unbeaten record, also the last time Arsenal won the English championship.

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Arsenal in talks to bring legendary manager Arsene Wenger back to the team

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Current Arsenal manager Arteta, who has played under Wenger, is keen to take in the Frenchman’s expertise and confirmed the two had a conversation about the matter when they met at the event. premiere of the documentary “Arsene Wenger: Invincible” (roughly translated “Arsene Wenger: Invincible”).

Mr. Wenger currently works for FIFA as the director of global football development. The legendary coach of the “Gunners” is also the one who is initiating the idea of ​​organizing the World Cup finals every two years.

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Coach Wenger is always expected by Arsenal fans to return

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The Spaniard, Arteta, when asked in a press conference replied: “There has been communication (with Wenger). I met and talked with him when we went to see the movie. I hope we can bring him back, because there is always the respect and admiration that everyone at the club has for what he has done.”

Coach Arteta also declined to elaborate on the role Wenger could take on when he returns to Arsenal: “I think it will be a great help for me and for the club,” Arteta said in a press conference before the match. against Newcastle in the Premier League on the evening of November 27. “Everything takes time, and I think he is the decider. I can say that on behalf of everyone at the club, we will be delighted to have him back.”

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Coach Arteta (centre) was booked after arguing with coach Klopp

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The 0-4 defeat to Liverpool last week ended Arsenal’s 10-match unbeaten streak in all competitions. This match also attracted attention with a nearly brawl between Arteta and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

The “Gunners” are currently 5th with 20 points after 12 rounds, 9 points behind the top team Chelsea.

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