Arsene Wenger wants 'peaceful' ending to rivalry with Jose Mourinho

Sunday, 29 Apr, 2018

But coming off the back of over two decades at top level management, Wenger stated that he is unsure of his future but is still not ready to retire, "I honestly don't know what I will do".

Before Mourinho's arrival, Wenger's main feud was with former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. I want to go peacefully, with Mourinho as well because he is a great manager.

"I say goodbye to everybody".

"We can play well or badly but you don't see this commitment everywhere.I have goosebumps thinking about next week already".

Sergio Romero remains the only absentee as Manchester United prepare to face Arsenal.

On Sunday, Wenger will make his final trip to Old Trafford as Arsenal boss, and while the game itself won't mean much, it marks the end of one of the Premier League's finest rivalries.

Arsenal head into Sunday's game on the back of their 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Europa League semi-final tie last week.

"I also remember Sylvain Wiltord's goal when he was wearing the golden shirt". With Tony Adams, Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Robert Pires all missing, Sylvain Wiltord proved the unlikely hero.

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Perhaps Arsene Wenger's most significant triumph at Old Trafford as his side would go on to contest the rest of the campaign unbeaten in their famous "Invincibles" season.

"And [Ruud] Van Nistelrooy, and all these players together".

Despite being unwanted at the Emirates Stadium, Arsene Wenger is still in massive demand on the other of the world in the Far East.

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"I speak to everybody, yes I met [former United chairman] Martin Edwards, many people came to see me but I was always loyal to this club".

Lacazette missed two good opportunities, clipping the outside of the post in the sixth minute, and heading straight at Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak a minute later. Ferguson then stepped in to give the Frenchman a piece of his mind - and ended up being hit by a slice of pizza.

"I had to go to Italy, for sure, and I had to go to Spain".

Wenger was sent to the stands in 2009 for kicking a water bottle after his team had a goal disallowed.

Fergie announced his retirement initially at the start of the 2001/02 season after the Red Devils had become the first side in the Premier League era to win the title three years in a row.