Arsene Wenger has expressed his affection for Arsenal and opened up about his decision-making during his reign at the club.

In a candid interview, the Arsenal boss revealed that he may soon retire from managing the Gunners but he will never retire from being a ‘Gooner’.

“When the time comes for my retirement, I will buy a season ticket and be here in red and white every week.” he said

Some have called for Wenger’s retirement after the 2015 FA Cup triumph

The Frenchman has often faced criticism for treating the club’s funds with too much care, but Wenger insists that his miserly style of spending in the transfer market is because of his long-term relationship with the Gunners.

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“If you go somewhere for two years, you think ‘if it [transfers] doesn’t go well I will go’ but when you stay for 18 years you have a responsibility.” Wenger added

“It [being economically stable] is not a quality that is rated. When I make 10, I don’t spend 20.”