Departing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has predicted that Premier League football will be shunted to midweek slots as a "European Super League" dominates the weekend schedule in years to come. The transfers of the players have tripled or quadrupled.
"After we conceded the first goal, we went down to 10 men and we had nothing to lose so we tried to play".
"Overall in Europe, you have big, big financial powers and in December you can already say who will win the league".
"Today a guy like Kane, I don't know for how much they can sell him". The Gunners' travel-sickness helped the Foxes out of their end-of-season slumber but the fans will expect to be entertained more regularly if the manager is to win them over.
After guaranteeing their stay in the Premier League with a 1-1 draw at Chelsea, Wagner said Huddersfield could now focus on giving the league's longest-serving boss a proper goodbye.
Naturally, Huddersfield players will be looking to spoil the party as they continue celebrating their Premier League survival.
Pressed whether he was saying Spurs would have no option to sell the likes of Kane, he added: "To Arsenal maybe".
The Frenchman has guided Arsenal through a fair share of changes throughout his nearly 22-year reign in north London and believes that a European super league will be the next major development. Wenger, who will leave the club at the end of the season after a historic 22-year spell, spoke about how he regrets not having visited India even once in his life. It took us a while to feel at home there.
"They have done after the game on Wednesday and I just received an email that on Sunday after the game there will be a big celebration party for the club's staff members, which makes me very happy". "As a professional, a person and the way he approached and also for the club and especially for football and I think everybody in football should thank him for everything he did".