Arsene Wenger the legendary manager for Arsenal FC is leaving after the end of the season.
The 68-year old Frenchman is the first non-English manager at Arsenal he’s leaving 12 months before his latest contract was due to expire.
Former Manchester United boss Ferguson paid tribute to his “professionalism, talent and determination”.
Thierry Henry former gunner said Wenger leaves “an untouchable legacy”.
“He is, without doubt, one of the greatest Premier League managers and I am proud to have been a rival, a colleague and a friend to such a great man”.
“It is a great testament to his talent, professionalism, and determination that has been able to dedicate 22 years of his life to a job that he loves.”
Three premier league titles and seven FA cups later Arsene is leaving behind a legacy.
Appointed on 1 October 1996, Wenger is the Premier League’s current longest-serving manager and has taken charge of a record 823 games.
His team was dubbed “The Invincibles” in the 2003-04 season after going unbeaten in their title-winning campaign.
Former goalkeeper Bob Wilson said Wenger was Arsenal’s greatest boss, and he broke down in tears in an interview as Arsene helped his family.
It’s not all flowers there were critics who wanted Arsene to step down for a long time.
Wenger had been under increasing pressure to step down from some fans have failed to win the league for 14 years.
Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson said he was like a “dictator” and should have left several years ago.
Without a doubt, Arsene Wenger changed Arsenal forever and we hope him best in his future endeavors.