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It's not easy to say goodbye, says Wenger

15 May 2018

Paul Merson is backing Arsenal to beat Huddersfield Town in their final Premier League game under Arsene Wenger.

Another one of its knock-on effects would be a reduction in the number of teams in the English top flight.

The Premier League will feel so different without Wenger, but sometimes change is needed for the greater good.

"It's a bit of all of that (trophies and stadium)", Wenger said. "Why? First of all, to share money between the big clubs and small clubs will become a problem. Why?"

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"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".

"What Arsene has achieved will make him a legend and an icon at his football club and we are honoured to play a part as he says goodbye after two decades", he said. "But it will be smaller if it goes to Europe".

He added that the years after the club's move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium in 2006 - when he had to manage with restricted budgets - were his most challenging.

Asked if he will take another job in England, he said: "I don't know".

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It's not easy to say goodbye, says Wenger