Arsene Wenger's brother Guy spoke to the media about the life of the Arsenal manager and all the trials and tribulations he has had to go through during his 20 years in London Image: Getty
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s older brother Guy spoke about the n charge of the Frenchman as he reaches a historic milestone of two decades Premier League side.
Guy Wenger, 71, who has retired from the family’s car parts business in Alsace, opened up about his younger brother, saying that Arsene has learned everything from him.
Guy also went on to say that he was the better playing growing up and that even today Arsene will admit his technique was superior.
The older of the Wenger brothers even shed some light on the rivalry between his brother and former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.
Guy Wenger: "People thought he and Ferguson hated each other. Rubbish. I was with them at the Emirates. We drank two bottles of Bordeaux." pic.twitter.com/ENeIfLbCxr— afcstuff (@afcstuff) September 30, 2016
“People thought he and [Sir Alex] Ferguson hated each other,” he says. “Rubbish. I was with them. I think it was the last time Ferguson was at Arsenal with Manchester United. We drank two bottles of Bordeaux after the game.”
Arsene Wenger is now in the final year of his contract with Arsenal at the Emirates and many believe he will step down at the end of this season.