Arsene Wenger: I'd be betraying Arsenal if I stayed in England

Merci Arsene Arsenal fans were united as they showed appreciation for the manager that has transformed the club in the last two decades

Merci Arsene Arsenal fans were united as they showed appreciation for the manager that has transformed the club in the last two decades

His stint saw Arsenal bag three Premier League titles, one of them being that of the immortal Invincibles.

Arsene Wenger who just left Arsenal after 22 years stated that the fortunes of the Gunners would have been very different if Ronaldo had joined Arsenal. To enjoy it we had to win it, winning football games is what makes me happy and the boys did it.

Colin Lewin, head of the club's medical department, has been at the club a year longer than Wenger but will also be departing - as well as coaches Neil Banfield, Gerry Peyton and Tony Colbert, with Paul Johnson leaving his post as equipment manager.

"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.

Previous favourite, Juventus manager Max Allegri had been sounded out it is believed he is now looking to stay at La Vecchia Signora, unless he has a sudden change of heart.

Once the action was under way, a plane flew over the ground carrying the banner "Merci Arsene - we'll miss you".

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Arteta became a stalwart of the Everton team, spending six years with the club, before Arsenal came calling in August 2011.

"I thought he would be at Arsenal for years", Aubameyang told Standard Sport. "Maybe it's better I go somewhere else".

Whether Wenger will return to management elsewhere or settle for a director of football role with one of Europe's superpowers remains to be seen. Whether that is managing or not...

'At the beginning it was really hard because physically I don't think I was ready because I didn't play in January, the whole month, ' he added. "It will be hard to adjust of course but I will have to deal with that".

It's a fearless, new, exciting and uncertain world for Arsenal and Arsenal fans, but after complaints about all the old familiar failings, isn't that exactly what people wanted?

The Gunners haven't reached the Champions League quarter-finals since 2010 to highlight their regression under Wenger.

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