Wenger: I stayed at Arsenal too long

Wenger: I stayed at Arsenal too long

Wenger: I stayed at Arsenal too long

I know Arsene Wenger, he's a very good guy and a great manager, and everybody knows he spent a lot of time at Arsenal because he's in love with this club.

In an interview with French outlet RTL, Wenger said he will make a decision on his future "in the next few months".

The 68-year-old Frenchman, who was appointed in October 1996, left the north London club at the end of last season after winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups.

"Perhaps staying at the same club for 22 years", Wenger responded.

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I learned a lot and reached my best football with Wenger.

Wenger revealed earlier this week that staying with the Gunners for 22 years may have been a mistake, claiming that he had been a "prisoner of my own challenge" during his time at the club.

The former Paris Saint-Germain boss would also like to bring in a new left-back if Arsenal manage to offload Monreal, with the Spanish full-back having been linked with a move to Real Sociedad. He misses out on a lot of other things.

Arsenal's record goalscorer was Belgium's assistant manager at the World Cup, working under Roberto Martinez, while Vieira was recently appointed Nice head coach.

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During his reign at the north London club, players like Patrick Vieira, Denis Bergkamp, Robert Pires, Cesc Fabregas and, of course, Thierry Henry all thrived under his tutelage.

The Frenchman also admitted that his obsession with football was to the detriment of his personal relationships stating that "you wake up at 3am thinking about team selection, tactics, formations".

Wenger said he'd had "numerous" opportunities to take charge of France.

"'He had a lot of pressure on his shoulders, so sometimes you need to say 'thank you very much for everything, but I need a rest".

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According to Sky Sports: "He is now contemplating whether a move into global management would suit him and expects to make a decision on his future "in the next few months".

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