ARTETA wants to bring Arsene Wenger back to Arsenal and said he would be “delighted to have him much closer”.
The Gunners boss even revealed that he has spoken to Wenger about making a return in some capacity in the future.
Former Arsenal manager Wenger has not even been back for a game at the Emirates as he was left heartbroken by his departure in 2018 after 22 years at the club.
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An embodiment of ‘contemporary classic’ Indian dining, Martabaan is a must-visit if you are like me always looking for a flavourful meal that will linger on your tastebuds in the most delightful manner possible.