EPL: Arsene Wenger reveals how Arsenal can win title next season

EPL: Arsene Wenger reveals how Arsenal can win title next season

"The Premier League is like a piranha club but the most important thing for me is to build for the future", he told PA Sport.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: "All eyes will be on Arsenal's dugout but we're hearing Wenger isn't finished win management just yet and the latest odds suggest he'll make the French job his after the World Cup". "I will be active - my brain demands work". So overall I will work. I don't know why.

The 68-year-old has maintained he will take a break from football before deciding on his next move but revealed on Tuesday he has not been short of suitors since last month's surprise announcement.

There is a feeling that Ozil is treated differently to other Arsenal players by Wenger, as he is a rare creative talent who is capable of scoring goals and unlocking defences when he's at his best. I am determined to fight, not only for me but also for my family, my friends and all the people who support me.

But the Germany global says on Twitter, "It'll need some time but I'm sure I'll fully recover in time for the World Cup", next month in Russian Federation.

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"There's a good spirit, a good basis". He gave a foreign manager a chance when no-one knew me.

The Gunners had hoped to give Wenger the flawless send-off by winning the Europa League final, but they were knocked out by Atletico Madrid in the last four. "It is not possible in six months to have all the possibility to perform like a great team".

Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas describes departing Gunners manager Arsene Wenger as a "special man" who "changed English football".

The 61-year-old Italian also spoke about his burning desire to to win the Coppa Italia for a fourth consecutive season, but knows they will come up against an AC Milan team who will be hard to beat.

"He will miss the World Cup".