Wenger: European Super League is "inevitable"

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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 has revealed that the long farewell to his reign as Arsenal manager has not been a completely enjoyable experience.

Wenger was forced to battle to keep Arsenal competitive despite the financial handicap of paying back bank loans which enabled the club to build their state-of-the-art stadium.

The Frenchman, who is leaving the Gunners at the end of the season after almost 22 years in charge, believes it will take over from the English Premier League (EPL) on weekends, with domestic matches being relegated to midweek.

'We've gone via a season of ups and downs however they've at all times created one thing particular and I would really like that to return out within the final sport by the way in which we play it.

One man who is the favorite candidate to replace Conte and Wenger at their respective clubs is Italian Massimiliano Allegri.

A sixth place finish - 37 points behind champions Manchester City - was a reminder how far Arsenal's standards had slipped in Wenger's final years.

'In equity that is what they did final at Leicester and I hope that for them, one of the best ways to organize for subsequent season is to win the following sport'.

"I see a bright future for my successor because the team has a good attitude and quality", he said.

"I enjoyed some aspects of it, yes - and not all", he said. "Either for Arsenal or someone else", Silva added.

Arsenal will be without the suspended Konstantinos Mavropanos after he was sent off during the 3-1 defeat to Leicester in midweek while Laurent Koscielny is facing six months out following Achilles surgery.

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