For many seasons, Arsenal fans have been up in arms over the club’s refusal to sack Arsene Wenger.
Now that the manager has decided to walk away from the North London outfit, the supporters are feeling emotional.
The Frenchman spent 22 years in charge of the Gunners, guiding the team to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups.
Not only did Wenger bring silverware to the club, he implemented an attractive style of football that delighted English football.
The 68-year-old delivered his on-pitch farewell to Arsenal fans following last weekend’s 5-0 thumping over Burnley in the club’s final home game of the season at the Emirates.
Given Wenger’s age and the fact that he’s spent the majority of his coaching career at Arsenal, many would probably assume that he would retire.
However, the experienced manager has insisted that he will continue working, but has not specified in what capacity.
While speaking to reporters in a press conference, Wenger interestingly revealed that he has already received countless job offers.
“[I’ve had] more [offers] than I expected!At the moment I focus on doing my job well. I didn’t analyse anything or consider anything. I want to work well until the last day of my contract, and then after, I will rest a little bit and go from there. What is for sure is that I will be active. My brain demands work and is active. I have a huge experience of management and people management. Overall, I will work. What will I do? I don’t know yet.”