In an emotional turn of events, Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger has said that he will always love the club.
Wenger turns 70 today and is the only manager in the Premier League to go through an entire season unbeaten and also win the title in two of his hottest rivals’ turfs; Old Trafford and White Hart Lane the stadiums of Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
He recently told in an interview that no matter where he ends up next or where he goes, he will always love the club.
When he was still manager, Wenger told the media: “I would be happy to sit in the North Bank. In the job I do (next), will I be free on the day Arsenal plays? But I will be happy to be in the North Bank if you can get me a ticket.
“The positive of that is that I can shout at the next manager!”
Wenger has been out of a job since resigning from Arsenal after May 2018. While fans grew tired of Wenger’s last few years, they also credit him for taking Arsenal to where they are today by giving the club success and financial stability.
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