Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Mikel Arteta to Arsenal: Bookies suspend betting on next Gunner's boss

Mikel Arteta to Arsenal: Bookies suspend betting on next Gunner's boss

Goalkeeper David Ospina, who could end up leaving the Gunners this summer anyway, said last week that he and his teammates don't like the uncertainty surrounding Wenger's successor.

Wenger's last ever signing, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored in both the matches and while talking about the send-off of Wenger, the Gabon striker has revealed that apart from the grand farewell the Arsenal squad also has given Wenger one last parting gift in the last game.

It would be a significant gamble to hand the reins to the 36-year-old Spaniard, who has never managed a side before.

Steve Bould could follow Arsene Wenger out of Arsenal this week. "With the results we won three Premier League titles, played 49 games unbeaten and I'm very proud to have won seven FA Cups too".

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That said, we know that you - the brainy and handsome visitor to - have a superb knowledge of all things football.

Arsene Wenger met the press one final time in the wake of Sunday's 1-0 win over Huddersfield Town.

From cucumber sandwiches and industrial strength gin and tonics on Peter Hill-Wood's lawn, the corridors of power at Arsenal Football Club have sometimes resembled a scene from Brideshead Revisited.

We made some applause.

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"It was a good day for everyone with Huddersfield staying up too", said Wenger.

"If they [Juve's directors] do not send me away, I think I will stay at Juve next year", he said. "At some stage it has to end, I wish everyone well, the fans have been great until the end and I wish the club well for the future".

"Yes I had offers, yes, of course. I want the best for my friends and he is a friend of mine".

It's a courageous, new, exciting and uncertain world for Arsenal and Arsenal fans, but after complaints about all the old familiar failings, isn't that exactly what people wanted?

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