Wenger Hopeful Of Ending Arsenal Career With Europa Trophy

Wenger Hopeful Of Ending Arsenal Career With Europa League
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has expressed hopes of ending his 22-year stay at the club by winning this season’s Europa League title.

The Gunners gaffer had two weeks back announced he would be standing down and wants to cap it with Europe’s second tier club football crown.

Arsenal need to win the trophy to qualify for the Champions League next term and will be at Atletico Madrid for a second leg semi-final on Thursday.

Speaking ahead of the game,  the Frenchman said, “I would like to finish my job well,” Wenger said on Wednesday.

“I believe a man has to give his best as long as he is somewhere. With all my commitment and energy, I would like to walk out of Arsenal one day knowing that until the last day I focused only on Arsenal.

“When my job at Arsenal is finished I will see where I go from there but I want to finish this love story well.”

According to him, “The next game is always the most important and this one because it influences the future of my club.

“It is a very, very big game for us because the future of Arsenal football club is not exactly the same if we qualify for the Champions League or not.”

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