Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger discusses turning down Manchester United

Ross Houston
September 13, 2017

The Gunners go into their game against Bournemouth at the Emirates on Saturday on the back of consecutive away defeats to Stoke and Liverpool before the global break.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho feels sorry for Arsenal fans, according to the Gunners fan Piers Morgan.

At the same time, though, you could say that we have looked further away than ever from winning the Premier League title or getting any closer to the Champions League, so after last season saw us drop into the Europa League for the first time in two decades the frustration of many fans is understandable. 'Yes, it is hard to find a good performance at Liverpool, but it is hard to find a bad performance today'. "They can all have an opinion on the manager and the players, it's their right".

Morgan has been voicing his frustration on social media over the years, that Arsenal should part ways with Wenger. Even the "Wenger In" camp have started to become the "Wenger Not So Sure" camp.

Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are not suddenly going to pen new contracts on the back of a home victory against Bournemouth.

"They suffer so badly, it is a bad thing to observe." with the journalist then asking: "How the hell is Arsene Wenger still in his job?" to which the 54-year-old responded saying: "No idea, but I hope he stays in it for a very long time".

'At least it is a new experience for us, ' Wenger said.

Wenger claims he snubbed United, as he preferred the values at Arsenal. "Stronger? I think it depends on what period of the season", he added. But we have to win at home and you know how it is when you don't win at home'.

'I was always happy here, people were happy with me and I was always happy'.

"No [I was never tempted by Manchester United] because I was always happy here".

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