Paul Pogba reveals why United know they can beat Arsenal

He suggested it was different to Arsenal as it had'more history and they want to win trophies

He suggested it was different to Arsenal as it had'more history and they want to win trophies

I want to go peacefully with Mourinho as well because he's a great manager, ' said Wenger.

Mourinho has greeted Wenger's announcement warmly and even suggested they could "even be friends in the future". It was a bit like Anfield in the sense that it's so tight and you feel like you can't breathe at times, because the pitch is small and the fans are right on top of you, but I couldn't say that ever affected us as such.

"It's odd for me to see him in a different shirt because he had a strong bond with the club and of course he was here for a few years", Wenger told the club's official website.

The epic battles between Manchester United and Arsenal have been trending in the last week, following the news that Arsene Wenger is set to leave the north London club at the end of the season.

Mourinho on Friday said he regrets the "negative episodes" that have marred his relationship with Wenger.

Granted, the Gunners had three games in hand over the Red Devils, but such was the brilliance of Ferguson's side, that United contested the rest of the season unbeaten after losing to Arsenal, while for Wenger's men, they would go on a run of eight consecutive victories after their famous Old Trafford triumph.

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"Between 1998 and 2005 it was an intense rivalry and the main rivalry was between the two clubs", he added.

"I turned many clubs down to stay here and face the challenge when we built the stadium".

At Arsenal, Wenger is one of the best-paid football managers in the world as he makes close to £10 million a year.

And while he was not happy with the situation at the time, he admits he can now find humour in the picture. First of all I didn't know why I was sent off, nobody knew why, even the referee didn't know and I didn't know where to go because the stand was full.

United gazumped Manchester City to land Sanchez in the January transfer window by making him the Premier League's highest-paid player on £600 000 per week.

"He has said some very cruel things which he considers to be gamesmanship but I consider to be disgusting really".

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