- Arsene Wenger believes football will reach an era where computer and stats will take over
- The French manager is in disagreement with Arsenal's board over change that contrast the club's set-up
- He is set to get an extension deal at the end of the season despite having a poor season with the club.
Arsene Wenger believes that football will reach an era where computer and statistics will take over the game.
The French manager has revealed that he is worried about the fast pace in which the game is changing.
According to reports, the 67-year-old is in disagreement with the club's board over changes contrary to the club’s set-up.
He is one of the traditional managers we have in football and has stuck to the same style of play for decades despite not winning a League trophy in 13 years for the club.
Wenger is set to get an extension deal at the end of the season despite having a poor season with the club.
The Emirates side will battle Southampton in a crunch Premier League encounter on Wednesday, May 10.
A win for the Gunners will push them back to 5th position on the EPL table with three games to go and 2 points adrift 4th-placed Manchester City.
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