Crazybola.com – Arsenal’s legendary manager, who spent 22 years in charge of the North London club, has spoken about a potential return to the Emirates Stadium and replacing under-pressure Mikel Arteta.
Arsene Wenger ruled out the possibility of him receiving an emergency call from Arsenal to save a team currently struggling under Mikel Arteta.
Had a brilliant start to his career at the Emirates after winning the FA Cup and Community Shield, but then he made it The Gunners slumped at the end of the 2020/2021 season, only finishing eighth in the Premier League final standings.
As a result, for the first time in 25 years Arsenal have failed to compete in European football, and it’s a shame that their situation doesn’t look any better this season despite being the most prolific English club in the transfer market, spending nearly IDR 2.9 trillion to bring in six new players. .
This time The Gunners slumped at the bottom of the table after swallowing three successive defeats in their first three Premier League games without scoring a goal, making manager Mikel Arteta’s position widely questioned that he could be on the verge of being sacked.
Asked by BILD Live On whether he could be tempted to return to north London to replace Spain boss Arsene Wenger who is now FIFA’s head of global football development said: “I am now 71 years old. I have given this club the best years of my life.”
“Today the club is in good shape. They had two tough games, this team has potential and I hope they can bounce back soon. Right now I’m just a fan for this club.”