Alex Ferguson calls Arsene Wenger a legend as Frenchman wins award

Alex Ferguson calls Arsene Wenger a legend as Frenchman wins award

- Alex Ferguson has told Arsene Wenger that he appreciates the great times they had in the Premier League

- Wenger was given an award on Monday night, October 7, and Ferguson saluted the Frenchman calling him a legend

- He left Arsenal after spending 21 years and was replaced with Unai Emery

Former Manchester United gaffer Alex Ferguson has taken his time to speak about his old rival in the Premier League Arsene Wenger calling the Frenchman a legend.

During his time as Manchester United handler, Ferguson and Wenger were involved in rivalries in which these two men dominated football in England in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Arsene Wenger spent 21 years as Arsenal manager, and before he left the Gunners, he won three Premier League titles, seven FA Cups and seven Community Shield titles.

And on Monday night, October 7, Arsene Wenger was honored with a ''Legend of Football'' award at the annual Nordoff Robbins charity award dinner.

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And while speaking about Wenger according to the report on UK Mirror, Alex Ferguson praised him claiming he loved the competition he had with the Frenchman.

"The career you had as a manager at Arsenal was absolutely fantastic - an absolute legend.

"I loved the competition against you. We had some great times and it's wonderful you're getting this award tonight. So good luck, my blessing with you,'' Ferguson explained.

Meanwhile, since Alex Ferguson left Arsenal, the Frenchman has not been hooked with another club, but there are news that he will return to management soon.

Earlier, had reported how former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admitted it would be a "dream" to manage Manchester United.

Wenger has been out of job since quitting the Gunners in 2018, thereby ending his 22-year reign at the helm of affairs at the north London club.

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