Premier League fixtures: Super computer predicts weekend results - Wenger LOSES last game

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In his final pre-match press conference at the Gunners' London Colney training ground, the Frenchman said he would take time to decide on his future and reconnect with his emotions when the season draws to a close. There is no club that can turn people who wanted to attend the game down.

"That is basically what I tried to do: to give people an experience in life that is not every day".

The club's decision to move from their legendary home came to define the second half of Wenger's reign, as the financial burden of paying off debts on the stadium crippled his ability to buy - or keep hold of - top players for many years.

However, Wenger - who will farewell the Londoners following Sunday's trip to Huddersfield Town - has no regrets as he said: "I believe Highbury had a special spirit".

Ahead of his final game as Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has warned Tottenham Hotspur that they may have to face selling some of their big names to balance their books next season.

Arsenal have been charged by the English Football Association (FA) for failing to control their players during Wednesday's 3-1 Premier League defeat against Leicester City.

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Wenger would have liked the announcement of his departure to have been delayed until the end of the season to avoid all the attention.

January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored nine Premier League goals for Arsenal, a tally only bettered over the same period by Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, with 12.

"If you want to make it (Premier League) more attractive you have to go down to 16 (teams) and make a real competition of it. Let's see what the plans of the club are for this new era for the club". "I am fascinated by India, I don't know why, but I have never been in India", said Wenger in the interview.

"There's a long learning process of controlling who you really are". That helps me a lot. "Not the most glamorous maybe, but the most hard".

"But I think two years at Paris St-Germain trying to win the Champions League before he retires would suit him better".

"That's the thing that matters".

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