‘I feel like I’m in kindergarten dealing with Mourinho’ – Wenger candid on ‘permanent provocation’ from Tottenham boss

The Frenchman offered a pithy assessment of the Portuguese’s attitudes after he snubbed him in his book, while opening up on interest from Real Madrid

Arsene Wenger has responded to Jose Mourinho’s comments about the former Arsenal manager’s autobiography, stating that the latter’s attitude of “permanent provocation” makes it feel like he is dealing with a particularly unruly kindergarten child.

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Wenger joined Arsenal from Nagoya Grampus Eight in 1996 and oversaw a two-decade tenure at the helm during which he guided the club to perennial top-four status in the Premier League, winning three titles along with numerous other major honours.

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Having taken time away from management since he stood down at the Emirates Stadium in 2018, the 70-year-old released his autobiography ‘My Life in Red and White’ earlier this month, detailing his long tenure with the club among other things.

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