Arsene Wenger wants to bring in a full-time manager after Arsenal fail to qualify for the Champions League
Arsenal are ready to sell the likes of David Moyes and Jurgen Klopp to other Premier League clubs for the right price, Arsene Moyes has confirmed.
The Gunners boss, who is preparing to leave the Emirates for an 18th season, has been linked with a move to Manchester United, Real Madrid and Everton, but has so far been unwilling to make a move.
“We have to make the right decision, but I don’t know how to do it,” he told Arsenal Player.
Arsenal failed to qualify from the Champions Ligue 1, but have a game in hand over Marseille in the second round of the competition. “
The Premier League is very important for the club, and to be part of the Champions league, to play in the Champions and for a big prize like this, it is something you don’t get very often.”
Arsenal failed to qualify from the Champions Ligue 1, but have a game in hand over Marseille in the second round of the competition.
Despite their lack of trophies, Wenger is hoping to be rewarded with a permanent manager, with the manager of the season and three successive top-flight titles all up for grabs this summer.
“Of course, I want to stay and continue my footballing career, but to stay at Arsenal and continue to play here is a big ambition for me,” he added.
“That is why we are going for this year, for sure.”