Arsenal to build a statue of the legend Arsene Wenger. Arsenal has reportedly been working on plans to erect a statue in honor of their renowned former managerafter he returned to the Emirates Stadium, according to sources from The Telegraph. To the astonishment and delight of many supporters, the highly rated Frenchman came up for their game against West Ham on Boxing Day.
Wenger reportedly received encouragement from vice-chairman David Dein and current manager Mikel Arteta after initially declining to rejoin the club. Wenger’s choice was undoubtedly justified by the adoring reaction he received from the crowd during Arsenal’s 3-1 victory over West Ham United.
Wenger’s statue is anticipated to be placed in front of the Emirates Stadium’s main entrance, where it will be visible to all visitors. Although the statue’s subject is yet unknown, it is most likely going to pay homage to Wenger’s numerous accomplishments and contributions to the team. As soon as 2023 will see the unveiling of the statue.
During his 22 years as Arsenal’s manager, Arsene Wenger, the team won a record seven FA Cups and three Premier League championships. Outside the stadium, a statue honoring him and other prominent individuals including Herbert Chapman, Tony Adams, Thierry Henry, and Dennis Bergkamp will stand.
Fans visiting the stadium are sure to find the statue to be a popular attraction. The presentation of the statue is anticipated to be a highly emotional and unforgettable moment for Arsenal fans.
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