Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace The Premier League

LEICESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 09: Fousseni Diabate of Leicester City shoots past Petr Cech of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Arsenal at The King Power Stadium on May 9, 2018 in Leicester, England. The next evolution? You will certainly have a European league over the weekends.

To accept to commit to five years when you build the stadium to work with restricted resources and keep the club in a position where we can pay our debts back, I personally feel I did my best job in that period.

"The domestic league will play certainly Tuesday and Wednesday".

He added: "The Champions League final [defeat to Barcelona] was 2006, 12 years ago". There's a contrast there because if you look at the audiences of the Champions League it is not fantastic.

The New York Times says that City and United were joined in the Federation Internationale de Football Association meeting by European rivals Juventus, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.

"It is inevitable. Why?"

Wenger, 68, added: "The big clubs will say: "if two smaller clubs are playing each other nobody wants to watch it. People want to watch quality".

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"We live in a society where people want quick change and that has changed in recent years".

"If he decides to go, I will be so sad but I will understand his decision because it's his career, his life, his family, and I am not the right guy to say you don't have to do that".

But what would having the biggest and best English clubs competing week in, week out on the continent mean for the Premier League? "It will be smaller if it [the big teams] goes to Europe".

Wenger was in unusually reflective mood as he prepared for the final match of his Arsenal tenure at Huddersfield Town tomorrow.

The Frenchman was also an integral part of the north London club's move from their old Highbury ground to their new Emirates Stadium.

His most cherished memory: "Maybe my first title here because I came completely unknown and in my first full year I won the championship".

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