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Arsene Wenger Names Players He Regrets Not Signing for Arsenal

16 May 2018, 02:13 | Charlene Valdez

Arsene Wenger is unsure over his next move once he leaves Arsenal

Arsene Wenger drops major hint over his next move after leaving Arsenal

"The most important thing [for the next manager] will be to continue the legacy of Arsenal Football Club", said Cech, speaking at the Asmir Begovic Foundation Golf Classic.

Aubameyang scored the only goal this afternoon (Sunday) as Arsenal won their first away match of 2018; just in time to make sure Wenger left with a win.

Arsenal are clearing the decks with the expectation that Wenger's successor will bring in a number of new staff members, while head of performance Darren Burgess - who was hired last summer - is overseeing a restructuring of the medical department.

It would be a significant gamble to hand the reins to the 36-year-old Spaniard, who has never managed a side before.

Frenchman Arsene Wenger has explained that his biggest transfer regret was not to have signed Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo when he was in charge of Arsenal.

"It was spontaneous because I know that we've disappointed the away fans this season, that many of them they live the whole week and use their spare money to travel up to games", he explained. "He gave a lot to the club and really loves Arsenal, so he would do it well".


We made some applause.

"I believe I had an impact on the club as a whole because the club is in a strong position, it has a new stadium, a new training ground and new players", said Wenger.

Wenger also stepped down after 22-years at the London club during which he won three Premier League titles but could only reach the Champions League final once - beaten in 2006 by Barcelona - in that time.

Once the action was under way, a plane flew over the ground carrying the banner "Merci Arsene - we'll miss you". "I want the best for my friends and he's a friend of mine".

"Yes I had offers, yes, of course".



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