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Arsene Wenger expects to be back in work by January

Arsene Wenger, who left Arsenal in May after 22 years in charge, said he did not know what his next job would be but he felt rested and am ready to work again.

Arsene Wenger put the 'Arsenal Way' above winning, says Peter Cech

Arsene Wenger departed Arsenal after 22 years having endured a barrage of criticism in the latter part of his reign for going without a Premier League title for 14 season.

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Arsene Wenger says he regrets staying at Arsenal for 22 years

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

Unai Emery announced as Arsenal's new manager to succeed Arsene Wenger

Former PSG boss Unai Emery will replace Arsene Wenger, who announced his departure from the club last month.

Failed Cristiano Ronaldo bid is Arsene Wenger's biggest Arsenal transfer regret

Arsene Wenger failed to sign Cristiano Ronaldo and lost him to arch-rivals Manchester United in 2003.

Arsene Wenger leaves Arsenal: Former and current players pay their respects

Arsene Wenger walked out for the last time as Arsenal manager on Sunday, thus ending a 22-year-long career at the helm of the North London club.

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Arsene Wenger says his future lies outside Premier League

Arsene Wenger watched his team beat Huddersfield Town 1-0 in their final game of the season and his last match in charge after nearly 22 years at the North London club.

What is at stake on final matchday in English Premier League

All the things to look forward to on the final matchday of English Premier League 2017-18 season including top-four finish, relegation battle and records.

Always encouraged Arsenal to organise tours to India, says Arsene Wenger

Outgoing Arsenal manager regrets never getting a chance to visit India and said he would love to visit the country one day.

Arsene Wenger predicts 'inevitable' European super league

Arsene Wenger says a new European competition will revolutionise the sport in the next few years and force Premier League matches to be played midweek instead.

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