Arsenal have been strongly linked with a move to sign former captain Mikel Arteta as our new manager this summer, and Pep Guardiola has just added to the speculation by confirming that he will allow his exit.
Arsenal limped over the line to win their final match under the guidance of Arsene Wenger today, with Huddersfield refusing to roll over despite having little to play for.
Arsene Wenger has named his final starting line-up for today’s match against Huddersfield in the Premier League, and we have named an attacking side.
Matt Macey has gotten a call-up to the playing squad for the match, while the likes of Jack Wilshere and Petr Cech will miss out on the festivities for the final match of the season.
Arsene Wenger is set to walk onto a football pitch as Arsenal manager for the last time after 22 years in charge as they travel to Huddersfield for the final match of the 2017/18 campaign.
The Frenchman will likely have his final starting XI selected bar any last minute injuries, and it will certainly be an emotional evening for fans and players alike.
Respected journalist and insider on Arsenal Football Club David Ornstein has stated that the board and executives have been praised for the work being put into finding Arsene Wenger’s successor.
The Gunners have a huge task at hand to bring in a new boss after 22 years under the reign of the Frenchman, and many expect a transitional period of struggles following his departure.
Jack Wilshere is supposedly close to a new Arsenal contract, while Mesut Ozil is linked with an exit, but which player is more important to the future of the club?
Leicester City boss Claude Puel has warned that Arsene Wenger’s departure will be followed by difficulties, but he hopes Arsenal will reach a strong level again in time.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger gave an emotional speech following his final outing at the Emirates as manager, before taking a swipe at fans by claiming he will be looking forward to being in the stands and shout at the new boss.