Huddersfield host Arsenal at the John Smith's Stadium for Wenger's last game in charge of the Gunners on Sunday, where neither team specifically need a result to achieve something - with 6th place secured for the London side, and the Terriers more than safe.
It has been a costly investment for Spurs, one which could see Tottenham part with two-time reigning Premier League Golden Boot victor and England global Kane, according to Wenger.
The 68-year-old claimed that audiences were down for midweek Champions League ties, and a move to glamour European fixtures on weekends under a new format would be attractive.
Wenger said Au Revoir to the Gunners with his 707th win as boss thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's first half strike. The transfers of the players have tripled or quadrupled.
The Frenchman oversaw Arsenal's move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium in 2006 and said the following nine years saw him do his "best job" as manager. A £10 million player when we built the stadium was huge.
All eyes will be on that the visiting defense, as they have just three centerbacks to choose from and so many questions to answer between the three of them. "But they have to face it".
After yet another humiliating defeat on the road, this time at King Power, Arsenal remain the only team in the Premier League to have not won a point away from home in 2018. It's a cathedral, a church. "When you have that you have less good players", he added.
"I believe I had an impact on the club as a whole because the club is in a strong position, it has a new stadium, a new training ground and new players", Wenger said on Sunday. "You do not always manage to do it unfortunately, but at least you have to give them the hope they can see something special and can be transported somewhere that they do not always experience on a daily basis".
'There's a little little bit of uncertainty there amongst the squad, nonetheless, we simply hope the membership does a very good job by way of bringing the fitting particular person in to succeed Wenger'.
"But we had to do it".
Arsenal, however, should have Jack Wilshere coming back as well as Alexandre Lacazette, both of whom missed the Leicester tie for personal reasons and a knock sustained, respectively. But it was a nice day, for Huddersfield as well.
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