Euro super league will beat EPLl: Wenger

Aubrey Yates
May 13, 2018

Arsene Wenger is keen to win the last game of his Arsenal reign - but more for the players he will be leaving behind than to toast his own farewell.

Now, north London rivals Spurs could be in the same predicament next season as they move into their brand new stadium on the White Hart Lane site, according to Wenger. Today, a guy like [Tottenham striker] Kane, I don't know for much they can sell him for - £100m?

"This game isn't just about Arsenal's away-day blues and Wenger's final Gunners goodbye".

It has been a costly investment for Spurs, one which could see Tottenham part with two-time reigning Premier League Golden Boot victor and England worldwide Kane, according to Wenger.

"I have 20,000 trees out there and I saw everyone like that [pointing to the ground]", he said.

"In the last ten years prices for a new stadium have doubled and transfer fees for players have tripled, or even quadrupled", he said, per the Sun. A £10 million player when we built the stadium was huge. "But they have to face it".

"I must say, personally, it is one of the things in my life I miss".

Arsene Wenger has admitted that Arsenal never managed to recreate the "special spirit" of Highbury, more than a decade after moving into the Emirates Stadium. It's a cathedral, a church.

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"But if you have Real Madrid vs Arsenal or Manchester United vs Bayern Munich every week, the audiences will be good". So it was special.

Merson added: "They are obviously looking at Juventus boss Max Allegri, and there are plenty of Arsenal fans who would love him to take over, I'm sure".

"It's a bit unusual for me [that it's his last news conference]". It took us a while to feel at home there.

"I think it was down to the fact that the football world has changed and that you build a stadium".

"But we had to do it".

Wenger described the change as "inevitable" because the big clubs will no longer want to share broadcast revenues with the smaller ones.

"Everton? It wouldn't surprise me if he ends up there because he will think: 'I'll show you, Arsenal'".

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