Arsenal divided on Wenger successor

Patrick Vieira is in the running to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager

Patrick Vieira is in the running to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager

But the boss admits there is no certainty he will return to play in the Premier League again.

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Arsenal fans were desperate to avoid facing Atletico Madrid before the final as the Spanish giants remain the top contenders to lift this season's Europa League trophy.

"At home, Arsenal's brilliant football gets them results but to be successful on the road you need to dig deep, pull together and play with a steeliness. It is not rest, it is preparation".

"It is important that now we have a big opponent to beat them. (Goalkeeper) David Ospina is available again", Wenger added. "That is it. Aaron Ramsey hasn't trained fully but he will be available".

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Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor.

When asked, Wenger also said he is firmly in favour of safe standing, even though the Premier League said on Wednesday that it needs more evidence fans support its implementation before it can make a decision.

"If you have to give me some credit, if you look back at my career, you would have to accept that my priority has always been the interest of Arsenal Football Club". 'We have played on some special days, we're not going for the league.

"MVV Maastricht have helped out in developing my career and I have had a nice season here but Arsenal is a great side and it will be an honour to wear that jersey next season, but I can not really determine if I will be staying back at MVV Maastricht next season or not".

"Of course we want to finish in front of Burnley. I can only master my commitment and work". I don't know, I have to see how he responds to his injury. But the last I heard is that he is doing very well, so I hope that certainly he will come back before the end of the season and we an make a check-up of where he stands.

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