Wenger "would be great as Chelsea manager", says Seaman

The French midfielder has been used in a more attacking role this season

The French midfielder has been used in a more attacking role this season

The German has missed matches due to injury and illness but has also been left out of match day squads for tactical reasons.

"Arsene always said he wouldn't come back to the Premier League because of his love for Arsenal, that he wouldn't feel right competing against Arsenal", he said on talkSPORT.

The pair rarely saw eye-to-eye when their respective teams clashed but now that both are currently out of management, Monday night gave them a chance to finally bury the hatchet.

"So at first I was greeted on the team coach with chants of "we want our Mars bars".

"I'd get the best out of him because of what they have at their disposal".

"He'd be great there, I think". Unai Emery has a reputation in the Europa League but I think they will get through this round, see where the draw takes them and then evaluate the situation. "He is one of the best managers in the history of football". The Greek worldwide wasn't risked in the first leg after only recently recovering from injury but he's now fully fit and should be recalled tomorrow.

Sarri has come under vast scrutiny for his side's recent blunt displays, losing heavily to Bournemouth and Manchester City which saw them slip out of the top-four, before being dumped out of the FA Cup this week. I know he wants [it], but he needs consistency, [to be] available in training and the matches without the injury and without being sick.

Calling Wenger "one of the best managers in the history of football" is certainly the biggest of compliments and it shows that there is a humble side to Mourinho, one that we don't often see.

He is quoted by The Telegraph as saying: "Firstly, the key is in his hands".

Arsenal are next in league action on Sunday when they host Southampton (2.05pm).

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