Mikel Arteta welcomes Wenger back to Arsenal
Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, has welcomed back the club's illustrious manager, Arsene Wenger, to the Emirates Stadium.
Arteta made this statement after Wenger recently disclosed that he had not entered the club since 2018.
Wenger revealed he had not been back to the organization he managed for 22 years after departing in 2018 while speaking at the book launch of former Arsenal owner and chairman David Dein.
When asked if he would welcome Wenger back after signing him for Arsenal in 2012, Arteta was quoted as saying: "I would love to [see him back]." He appears to have clarified it. I think he has every window and every door in this football club open whenever he is ready.
Whenever he feels it is the right moment to do it, He knows that from my side and he knows that from many other people at the football club.
“Hopefully that will happen soon because it will inspire and a lot of people would be happy to see him back.”
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