Sport Arteta wants ex-coach Wenger back to Arsenal Pilot

16:05  25 november  2021
16:05  25 november  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Mikel Arteta gives update on Arsene Wenger return to Arsenal

  Mikel Arteta gives update on Arsene Wenger return to Arsenal A return to Arsenal for Arsene Wenger appears to be moving closer to fruition. [ MORE: How to watch Premier League in USA ] Mikel Arteta spoke earlier on this week about the possibility of Wenger returning to his beloved Arsenal in some capacity. Asked about what that role could be following Arsenal’s 2-0 win against Newcastle United on Saturday, Arteta revealed his admiration for the legendary coach.

coach Mikel Arteta from the Premier League Club FC Arsenal wants to bring its predecessors and former coach Arsène Wenger back to the club and integrate them into a new feature.

Kehrt Arsène Wenger zum FC Arsenal zurück? © Peter Kneffel / DPA Return Arsène Wenger to the FC Arsenal?

He has already talked about the 72-year-old, said Arteta, who was trained from 2011 to 2016 as a player at Arsenal from the Frenchman. Which position can hold Wenger, the Spaniard left open.

"Things need time, and I think he should set the time frame," said Arteta. "What I from my side - and I believe in the name of all here - is that we would be very glad if we had more nearby. For me personally, he would be a great help, I believe. And for the club he would also be a great help. "

Wenger was Arsenal Coach from 1996 to 2018 and won three championships at this time and seven times the FA Cup. Last but he missed the Champions League qualification with the London. However, his successor UNAI EMERY could not lead the club back to the track track and was dismissed after a good one and a half years.

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