Arsene Wenger has held talks with the Japan Football Association about becoming their new boss as he looks to make a return to management, according to reports. After helping the Gunners to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups, manager Arsene Wenger was finally forced to resign after a 22-year-long tenure at the club following 14 straight seasons without a league trophy, and has now been replaced by Unai Emery.
And my ex-club Arsenal also have a new manager and must win the trophy with Unai Emery.
Arsenal finished outside of the top four for the second year running last season and the club has turned to Emery to take them back.
A fourth successive top-four finish would represent a good outcome for Spurs, but they will be under pressure from Chelsea and Arsenal who finished fifth and sixth past year, while big-spending West Ham could push for a top-six finish. Liverpool, just like Tottenham, must win something someday.
The Portuguese coach has clearly been disappointed by the club's close-season spending and has rued the fact that, like other top-flight clubs, many of his squad have had minimal preparation having had time off to recover from the World Cup.
Arsenal have got some extremely talented players in attack.
The former Germany global also questioned Liverpool's decision to spend £65 million on Alisson, saying the Brazil goalkeeper hasn't proven that he's among the world's best.
"I have to be more professional".