Arsene Wenger admits that he wishes he had left Arsenal for another club.

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Arsene Wenger regrets not leaving Arsenal for a better opportunity.

Arsene Wenger is one of Arsenal’s most illustrious figures, but he recently admitted that he wishes he had left the club sooner and taken one of the numerous offers he received from other clubs.

Arsene Wenger, a three-time Premier League winner, has revealed that he wishes he had left Arsenal many years earlier than he did in 2018.

Wenger is regarded as one of Arsenal’s greatest heroes, having led the club for 22 years and become a legend in north London.

He was their manager during their undefeated season, one of the greatest in Premier League history.

Things began to go wrong near the end of his time at the Emirates Stadium.

As the team’s performance deteriorated, fans were split, with some calling for his dismissal and others praising him.

Wenger voluntarily left the club at the end of the 2017/18 season.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that he should have left the club sooner than he did in his new documentary, ‘Arsene Wenger: Invincible,’ according to The Telegraph.

He admitted, “I completely identified myself with the club – that was my mistake.”

“My fatal flaw is that I love where I am… where I used to be too much.”

I’m sorry.

“I should’ve gone somewhere else,” says the narrator.

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Wenger last lifted the Premier League trophy at the end of the 2003/04 season, after leading his team to an undefeated season.

However, the Frenchman has stated that the victory was a “turning point” in his campaign for the worse.

“Sometimes I wonder if something was broken after that Invincible season?” he said.

“2007 was a watershed moment.

It was the first time I realized the board was tense.

I couldn’t decide whether I should be loyal to the club or David [Dein].

I’m still not sure if I made the right decision because life was never the same after that.

“I have to get to the end of this project now,” I reasoned.

“I had the option of joining the national team of France.”

The England national team has won two or three times.

Real Madrid was a place where I could have gone twice.

I had the option of participating.

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