Patrick Vieira would welcome Arsenal job

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Former Gunners captain Vieira is one of several managers being tipped to replace Wenger after Arsenal confirmed he would step down at the end of the season.

Speculation has since been rife over his potential successor, with ex-Barcelona coach Luis Enrique, Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta all linked with the soon-to-be vacant post.

Vieira's success with NYCFC has helped boost his profile in Europe, where he is seen as a natural replacement for Wenger, and some think he could even be a viable option to replace Pep Guardiola at Manchester City - NYCFC's sister club - when the Spanish manager's time with the club is up.

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Speaking to Sky Sports the former Arsenal assistant paid tribute to the departing Frenchman and also claimed that he has been the greatest manager in the clubs history. "If you look at the club when I arrived, I think we have gone a good way together".

Arsenal's global squad are likely to be back in training before the World Cup final on July 15 whilst their first friendlies are just a week later, meaning Low's preferred long break is simply impossible. 'That shows that people are following what you are doing and you are doing a good job.

He left the club for Portsmouth in 2006, before briefly returning in 2010 - again under Wenger.

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Atletico Madrid forward Diego Costa was on Tuesday the most noticeable absentee from the Spanish football team's final training session before travelling to London for an upcoming Europa League clash against Arsenal.

That was Atletico's 11th straight clean sheet at the Wanda Metropolitano to emphasise Arsenal's need to take a first-leg lead to Spain.

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