- The Arsenal boss claims EPL champions Chelsea had an easy season after winning the League
- He believes their success is was due to their non-participation in the Champions League
- The Blues missed-out on the top European competition after they finished 10th in the League last season
Arsene Wenger believes EPL champions Chelsea had an easy season after playing in the Premier League without competing in Europe this season.
The Blues won the League title on Friday, May 12 after defeating West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorn.
The Stamford Bridge side missed-out on Champions League spot after finishing 10th in the league last season.
They will be back in Europe's biggest competition after winning the league and missing out last season.
The Gunners boss congratulated the EPL champions and threw a cheeky jibe in the process.
The French tactician said: “I congratulate Chelsea on what they’ve done, but when they play in Europe it’ll be a different story."
“They’ve done well but in the last two seasons, with Leicester and Chelsea, the team that won the league hasn’t played in Europe."
“It will be a different season because they will have to play on Saturday-Wednesday-Saturday but, look, I don’t know what will happen next season," he added.
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