As Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger signs off his remarkable 22 years at the helm, we look back at some iconic moments which football fans will forever cherish especially the ones on the red side of North London.
"At the moment that [managing another English club] is hard for me", he said. Overall, I will work.
The last were Edu Gaspar and Gilberto Silva, both crucial in the unbeaten Premier league campaign in the 2003-04 season. My brain demands work and is active. I don't know why.
Marotta was talking to La Gazetta dello Sport ahead of Wednesday's Coppa Italia final against AC Milan and seemed very optimistic that Juventus would retain the services of Allegri, who has been subject of interest from Arsenal.
After announcing he would be leaving Arsenal last month, Wenger vowed to continue in football management, and while he revealed on Tuesday he has had plenty of offers, he said he would take his time before deciding the next move.
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Wenger had been linked with a return to France, but there have also been rumours that his job might see him remain in the English Premier League.
Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal in the summer but there are still uncertainties over how many players and staff will follow him out the door.
"But I must say it was a bit special circumstances with the fact that we played in the League Cup final, the Europa League quarter and semi-final and away from home I rotated the teams to prepare for these cup games".
The 68-year-old has called on the club to appoint his successor sooner rather than later.
"I came into a team in difficulties", he added. "It's better I stay neutral but if the club wants my advice, I will give it them but it's better I don't talk publicly about it".