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Arsene Wenger would like to return to the Emirates Stadium as an Arsenal supporter but says it is dependent on his future work career.
The outgoing 68-year-old bid an emotional farewell to Gunners fans on Sunday as he took charge of the final home game of his 22-year reign.
Frenchman Wenger suggested he has no plans to retire when he leaves the club at the end of the season but said he would attempt to visit north London as often as possible.
“I will cherish every minute I was here but as well it’s a new start for me,” said Wenger. “I would be happy to sit in the North Bank but I don’t know; it depends if I work somewhere else or not or what I do.
“Will I in the job I do be free on the days Arsenal play? I would be happy to be in the North Bank, if you can offer me a ticket.”
A double from record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, plus strikes from Alexandre Lacazette, Sead Kolasinac and Alex Iwobi gave Wenger the perfect send-off by securing a 5-0 win against Burnley.
He now faces trips to Leicester and Huddersfield before his lengthy tenure comes to an end.