Germany manager Joachim Low is reportedly the leading candidate to succeed Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager during the summer.
Winning the Europa League is likely to be Arsenal’s only route into next season’s Champions League, a target which seems an essential requirement to persuade Arsenal’s hierarchy to retain Wenger.
“It’s part of the job”.
“It is an important win of course after we had a nightmare week”, added Wenger, whose side came to Milan after losing to Premier League leaders Manchester City – who also beat them in last month’s League Cup final – and Brighton & Hove Albion. But it is not about that.
“The desire to find solutions is interesting as well”, he said. “It can make you a better manager”.
Wenger, who has made it clear he has no intention of standing down despite growing pressure at the Emirates, said: “I got many messages”.
“We knew this was going to be a very hard match”, Gattuso was quoted as saying in the RossoneriBlog. Current and past [managers have been in touch].
AC Milan now lies seventh on the Serie A table, and it is essential for them to achieve European success before things go further downhill. We know we haven’t been good enough. I can understand every manager has his own problems and has to face his own daily situation. Overall I’m pleased with the spirit we showed.
Unsurprisingly Arsenal have only managed to secure three victories in their 15 away games in the Premier League in the 2017-18 season. “You have to suffer”.
Despite the masses calling for the board to drop the axe on him, Wenger has insisted that he is still the right man to take Arsenal forward. I’ve seen them angry and that’s fine because defeats should hurt us.
“Arsenal is 30 million people, it’s not the suffering of one person, you want to make 30 million people happy and that’s what you care about”.
“Things have changed since then and all I can tell you is that we are no closer to sorting anything out”, Wilshere told reporters, according to the Evening Standard. It is not the suffering of one person. ‘I have spoken about the respect we have for other clubs and that is no different in the next game. Hector Bellerin, Nacho Monreal and Alexandre Lacazette were also unavailable which forced Wenger to go with an inexperienced bench.