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Arsene Wenger: I’ve turned down Premier League offers

09 October 2019

Wenger has been linked with a move back to management, but he revealed on Monday night that his previous links to Arsenal have stopped him from accepting a job in the Premier League. With respect it was good quality for a university but not for a Premier League club.

"I think a club like Arsenal is a huge responsibility and one of those responsibilities is to play attractive football".

The 24-year-old has scored once in 10 appearances in all competitions and has only completed 90 minutes in a Premier League match on four occasions. But that's well deserved for you - for what you have done for the game. But for me that would be enough.

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Arsenal signed Nicolas Pepe in the summer transfer window and he's had a slow start to his career in North London as the fans have already started getting scared that he might not adapt to the demands of the Premier League. Love you as always and enjoy the night'.

He also said: "I believe that for having been completely committed, completely loyal and worked with integrity and worked in this club [Arsenal] like it was my own club from the first to the last minute".

The Frenchman added: 'Hello everyone, I am sorry I can't be with you tonight to celebrate the great achievement of Arsene.

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"It's a fantastic charity and I'm really proud of you for taking part in it".

'I never had the chance to say thank you to the boss for his belief, his patience and good advice he gave me to my career.

"At the moment you can't look too much at the position because the points difference is very small", he said.

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Others who paid brilliant tributes to the legendary French manager included Arsenal greats Tony Adams and Ian Wright, as well as Cesc Fabregas.

Arsene Wenger: I’ve turned down Premier League offers