Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta pushes the board for Arsene Wenger’s return.


Arsene Wenger talks have been confirmed, as Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta pushes for the return of the legend.

Arsene Wenger left Arsenal three years ago, ending a 22-year reign as manager.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed that he has discussed the possibility of returning to the club in some capacity in the near future with Arsene Wenger.

Wenger is widely regarded as one of the greatest managers of all time, and the effects of his successful 22-year reign as Arsenal manager from 1996 to 2018 can still be felt in north London.

He led Arsenal to three Premier League titles and oversaw the club’s record-breaking ‘invincible’ season, during which they went undefeated throughout the league.

The Frenchman remained in charge until the summer of 2018, when he stepped down after his relationship with the club’s supporters was put to the test in the latter stages.

Wenger’s reign was officially ended by mutual consent, but he has since stated that the manner in which he left was not his decision.

In the years since, the 72-year-old, who now serves as FIFA’s chief of global football development, has not returned to the Emirates Stadium to watch a single match.

Arteta, on the other hand, told reporters on Thursday that he has contacted Wenger to discuss a possible return to Arsenal, admitting that he would welcome the opportunity to work with his former boss again.

“Well, we’ve been in contact,” Arteta said, referring to their recent meeting at the premiere of Wenger’s new film, Arsene Wenger: Invincible.

“When we went to see the movie, I saw him and talked to him, and it was incredibly pleasant to see him and talk to him, and hopefully we can get closer to him.”

“I think he’d have a great time just seeing the environment he can create when he’s around here because of the respect, admiration, and love that everyone at the club has for what he’s done and what he represents as a person in this club,” she says.

“I can’t tell you now,” Arteta said when asked by ESPN about the specific role that Wenger could be given.

But I can say that I’d like him to be much closer to me personally.

“I believe it would be of great assistance, and it would be of great assistance to the club..”

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