Wenger's last game in charge of Arsenal after 22 seasons is at Huddersfield on Sunday.
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. If I was really objective then I would pick myself every week.
"I don't know what to say - football always changes". My brain demands work and is active.
Wenger said in a press conference: "The squad don't need much. I think perhaps the new manager or great managers will like different options or possibilities to start his work". What will I do? "I don't know yet".
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.
It will be interesting to see if Wenger joins another club in England, or whether he either continues his life outside his native France or finally comes home for good.More news: Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's reception party photos
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"There is huge potential in there and good spirit".
"We need two or three additions and this team will compete for the championship next year". "If the club wants my advice I will give it to them but it is better I don't talk publicly about it".
Wenger is set to depart with the club finishing in sixth, the lowest position of his reign, and with no silverware following their Europa League semi-final exit at the hands of Atletico Madrid last week.
"It means he will be out for six months". That means he will be out for six months. The World Cup in Russian Federation kicks off from June 14 onwards and the Gunners are looking to get someone aboard prior to that.
Arsenal will also be without Santi Cazorla for their remaining two games as the midfielder recovers from a persistent Achilles injury.