Wenger set for Old Trafford farewell

Arsene Wenger is uncertain of the appreciated he will get on his last visit to Old Trafford as Arsenal manager on Sunday after many "awesome fights" against Manchester United amid his two decades in control.

The 68-year-old Frenchman, leaving the club toward the finish of the season, will bring a side that is a pale shadow of the group that tested United's Premier League strength amid his first decade in control.

Wenger's conflicts with previous United supervisor Alex Ferguson are the stuff of legend and his association with current Manchester United chief Jose Mourinho has been bound with sharpness.

In any case, the two men have connected with him with warm words since he reported he was venturing down.

Mourinho said he laments a portion of the "little negative scenes" amongst himself and Wenger throughout the years, approaching United fans to give him a fitting send-off.

At the point when asked whether he could be companions with Mourinho, Wenger talked rather than "regard" for the current United supervisor.

Weapons store, in 6th spot in the class, watch sure to pass up a major opportunity for the best four for the second year consecutively.

In any case, Wenger will in any case trust he can leave the club with a trophy and a Champions League spot in spite of surrendering a late objective in a 1-1 home draw with Atletico Madrid in the Europa League on Thursday.

The Frenchman is uncertain how he will be welcomed at Old Trafford, where he is probably not going to play a first-decision favor the second leg of the Europa League tie approaching one week from now.

"I don't comprehend what response I will get yet look we had some extraordinary fights in 22 years and for me what will be in question is to recuperate from that outcome (against Atletico) and before we go to Atletico have a decent amusement," Wenger said.


The Frenchman, who says he isn't prepared to resign from football, is probably going to confront a side including previous Gunners star Alexis Sanchez, who left to join United in the January exchange window.

The Chilean's quality in the contradicting group will be an excruciating suggestion to Arsenal aficionados of Wenger's failure as of late to persuade a large number of his best players to get tied up with his venture and remain.

Wenger said he was so dedicated to Arsenal that he even declined an approach by then United director Martin Edwards when Ferguson was reflecting resigning in 2001.

"Arms stockpile is the affection for my life. I turned many, many, numerous clubs down to confront the test when we assembled the stadium," said Wenger, alluding to the Emirates.

"I address everyone, yes I met Martin Edwards, numerous individuals came to see me however I was constantly faithful to this club."

"When I think back now I understand what an awesome group they had," Wenger said of United. "(Ryan) Giggs, (Paul) Scholes, as youthful players they had (Cristiano) Ronaldo and (Wayne) Rooney and you see what Ronaldo and Rooney went ahead to do in whatever is left of their vocation.

"(Ruud) van Nistelrooy, every one of these players together – it was a fantastic group and I think I understand more with a touch of separation what a test it was."

Joined are wanting to combine their hang on second place in the Premier League, which would stamp a noteworthy change over a year ago's 6th put complete for the club, who have additionally met all requirements for the FA Cup last, where they will confront Chelsea.