Arsene Wenger urges Arsenal to appoint his successor soon

Jo Caldwell
May 9, 2018

Arsenal will finish 6th in the Premier League this season and are now 11 points behind 4th-placed Tottenham and 34 points behind the runaway champions Manchester City.

Departing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that he won't be retiring this summer and that he has received a number of job offers.

Asked if he would recommend that the new man keep some of his staff, Wenger said: "Yes, of course". So overall I will work. The latest injury will not see him back playing until around Christmas, making it a six-month layoff for the 32-year-old.

"I have not made the decision so at the moment I would say yes, spontaneously yes".

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However, he would not be drawn on the speculation linking him with a move to the Premier League. "Try and support people when they suffer".

Wenger said in a press conference: "The squad don't need much". There's a good spirit, a good basis.

"We've had the pleasure of raising the Coppa Italia in the last three years and we want to repeat this wonderful experience on Wednesday also as a gift to our wonderful fans". "If the club wants my advice I will give it to them but it is better I don't talk publicly about it".

Arsenal are set to finish sixth in the league with the lowest points tally ever recorded in Wenger's reign and will again compete in the Europa League next term.

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He will now be out for six months and miss the World Cup.

"I can name you so many young players that nobody else in the world believed in, but he did".

However, the German is confident he will be fit for the FIFA World Cup starting next month in Russian Federation.

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