Published: Thu, April 26, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

EPL: Arsene Wenger reveals biggest regret of his 22 years at Arsenal

EPL: Arsene Wenger reveals biggest regret of his 22 years at Arsenal

People want to know what the future is about, for me that is completely normal.

Diego Simeone has not spoken to Arsenal about the prospect of replacing Arsene Wenger and insists he is happy at Atletico Madrid as the sides prepare for a keenly anticipated Europa League semi-final.

"I can't see him being a national manager because he loves that day-to-day routine and coming in to train with the lads, sometimes joining in with the players", he said.

Arsene Wenger admitted Wednesday that the timing of his departure from Arsenal after more than two decades as manager was not his call.

The 68-year-old over the weekend announced he would be stepping down at the end of the season.

"We've shown that we can concede goals and still win games, but the aim is to win, ideally without conceding but we have to bear in mind that there is a second leg to come at their place". "The position he has occupied in football is wonderful".

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Monaco are one of a string of sides to have exploited Arsenal's inability to defend against counter-attacks in Europe, and with Antoine Griezmann, Costa and Kevin Gameiro in line to feature at the Emirates Stadium, Atletico will be confident of doing the same.

Arsenal had trouble dealing with Costa when he played for Chelsea and the Spain worldwide has a record of four goals in eight games against the Gunners.

"He has incredible vision", he said.

If they are to make a move for the Belgian midfielder, they will face tough competition from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United who have been linked and are known to be on the market for a new central midfielder.

The other semi-final sees Marseille tackle Red Bull Salzburg - and the two already know each other well a they met in the group stages - at the point their game in France ended goalless whilst Salzburg won 1-0 in Austria.

"Since I arrived in Madrid the team has improved a great deal". "We have a style that does not vary much", Simeone said last month. "You need courage to get into a final".

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