'More than I expected!' - Wenger confirms offers

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Wenger has repeatedly spoken of his preference for Wilshere to stay at the club, but a breakthrough in the talks has yet to me made.

That "Invincibles" season was his last as a Premier League victor, though, and fans became exhausted of Arsenal's inability to compete for Premier League and Champions League titles.

Some onlookers thought that perhaps Kosceilny had played his final match for Arsenal - but do you think we'll see him in the club's iconic red shirt again? I will work. What will I do?

Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal in the summer but there are still uncertainties over how many players and staff will follow him out the door.

"Yes, it's true, I want to win the last two away games", Wenger said in his pre-match press conference.

Nonetheless, that might be a back-up situation for the Premier League membership, who nonetheless maintain one other Italian as their high goal - though buying Allegri's companies might not be all that easy. Said Wenger ahead of Arsenal's Wednesday's trip to Leicester. He gave a foreign manager a chance when no-one knew me.

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"The earlier the better, people want hope and need to prepare for next season", he said.

"As an Arsenal fan I will support the man to do it".

"We have been playing every three or four days for the last three or four months so it has been hard".

They bounced back from that disappointment with a 5-0 hammering of Burnley at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday - the Frenchman's final home game. "It needs two or three additions and this team will compete for the championship next year".

But despite a number of players in the Arsenal treatment room, those who are fit were in good spirits as they went to work. You are seeing defenders go for £70 million.

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