Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: 'Tottenham Hotspur may have to sell Harry Kane'

Wenger was given a fond farewell from the Emirates Stadium last week

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Jamie Vardy returned to haunt Arsene Wenger on his farewell tour as Leicester cruised past 10-man Arsenal 3-1.

Tottenham will play Champions League football in their state-of-the-art stadium next season - the White Hart Lane redevelopment to hold 62,000 supporters.

"You will have a European League played at weekends because the Champions League doesn't sell well any more".

While Arsenal have insisted Wenger's exit was on mutual terms, the Gunners boss has dropped several hints that he would have preferred to stay on for the final year of his contract.

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It has been a costly investment for Spurs, one which could see Tottenham part with two-time reigning Premier League Golden Boot victor and England worldwide Kane, according to Wenger.

"I'm very passionate and at a very young age, I realised that if I wanted to survive in this job, I had to get control of my emotions or I wouldn't survive", he said. The transfers of the players have tripled or quadrupled.

"When we built our stadium a £10million player was huge". But Wenger said the inflated transfer market could help Spurs pay off the stadium - if they decide to sell their biggest stars like Harry Kane. "That's an issue they have to face".

"I lived here for 22 years, my daughter has spent her whole life here and she is going to university here", he says.

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The 50-year-old has flown to Lisbon where this year's event is being held and he attended the opening ceremony on Sunday night. The UK, as one of the "Big Five" countries, is already assured a place in Saturday's grand final.

He added that the years after the club's move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium in 2006 - when he had to manage with restricted budgets - were his most challenging.

Arsenal finished in the top four of the Premier League in all those years and their trophy drought finally ended with the 2014 FA Cup title, the first of three the club won in a four-year span.

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"But if you have Real (Madrid) v Barcelona or Real v Arsenal or Manchester United v Bayern Munich every week, the audiences will be good". So it was special.

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I don't remember what I thought when Wenger was appointed manager of Arsenal in 1996.

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