Wenger Confirms Major Injury Boost Ahead Of Man Utd Trip

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Arsene Wenger is unsure of the welcome he will receive on his final visit Sunday to Old Trafford as Arsenal boss after many "great battles" against Manchester United during his two decades in charge.

"If I get a good reception, I will take it", said Wenger.

"(Dennis) Bergkamp, Thierry (Henry), (Sol) Campbell - incredible team, so, again, thank you very much for that.

"For both of us, it was more than just a manager who does his job in a professional football club".

"They pushed us to the limit, the two matches we played, not at the Emirates (Stadium), but at the incredible old stadium (Highbury), unforgettable". "I respect Mourinho" insists Wenger ahead of final Premier League clash as Arsenal manager with his bitter rival.

Mourinho added: "The two matches we played at their awesome old stadium (Highbury) were unforgettable. We had big matches, big fights, so thank you, thank you so much for that".

"Regret? Little negative episodes, yes I do, and probably he also does".

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With experience at the highest level and the creative quality to unlock top defences, the 29-year-old playmaker's involvement next week could be crucial to Arsenal's chances of advancing to the final.

"There are little things where it would be obviously be better without them, some gestures, some words would be better without it", said Mourinho.

The Chile global only had six months to run on his contract at the Emirates before United came calling and Arsenal allowed him to leave in a swap deal involving Henrikh Mkhitaryan on transfer deadline day.

United's focus, however, is firmly on the FA Cup final against Chelsea. I think, if it was away at the Emirates, it might be a bit different.

"We all know how good he was, that's why he was chased by many teams I believe". He also governed the infamous "Invincibles" of the 2003-2004 season, a team which attained a feat only once before achieved (by Preston North End in 1880) in going a whole Premier League season undefeated.

Arsene Wenger won't know what to do with himself once his 22-year reign at Arsenal wraps up at the end of May.