Former Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, has said that his biggest regret was staying at Arsenal for nearly 22 years.
The Frenchman who poured out is mind during an interview with a French media said that he regretted sacrificing “everything” for the job and that he would make a decision on his future “in the next few months”.
Wenger, who was appointed in October 1996 and left Arsenal in 2018, after winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups.
The 68-year old said that the sacrifices in his personal life were one of the hardest parts of being a manager.
“I’m someone who likes new things, likes change. But, I also like challenges. I was a little bit of a prisoner to my challenge each time.”
“I regret having sacrificed everything I did because I realize I’ve hurt a lot of people around me.
“I’ve neglected a lot of people. I’ve neglected my family, I’ve neglected many close ones.
“Deep down though, the obsessed man is selfish in his pursuit of what he loves. He ignores a lot of other things.
“But it’s a bone to chase at the same time,” he added.