Gunners legend Wenger stepped down in May 2018 after 22 years at the helm at The Emirates.
The Frenchman is widely acknowledged as Arsenal’s greatest ever manager after leading the Gunners to three league titles and seven FA Cups, including league and cup doubles in both 1998 and 2002.
But the final years of Wenger’s reigns were marred by fan unrest after some disappointing campaigns.
A few days after announcing his intention to step down, Wenger hinted that the call was “not really” his decision – and it now appears that the Frenchman could be about to set the record straight.
Speaking ahead of the launch of his new documentary, Arsène Wenger: Invincible, Wenger compared his Gunners exit to a funeral.
“You realise that the end of something is like a funeral,” said the Frenchman.
Also in the trailer, former Gunners star Dennis Bergkamp gave an insight into Wenger’s struggles following the decision, with the Dutch ace, saying: “It would have been easier if he had made the decision.”
But Arsenal’s woes on the field have arguably worsened since the veteran’s decision to call it a day.
The Gunners struggled under his replacement, Unai Emery, before Wenger’s former captain, Mikel Arteta took the reigns last year.
Things aren’t much brighter under the Spaniard – and former caretaker boss Freddie Ljungberg reckons Arsenal fans may be regretting their actions during Wenger’s final days.