Wenger now is in France for some business commitments but is due to head back to London Colney later this week to clear his personal effects from the club's training ground.
Iwobi was however not bothered by league finish as he took to his official Twitter account stating his disappointment at the departure of the manager who gave him an opportunity in the first team.
'In the last few weeks we have played well.
The Sun says Gazidis has been pushing for Arteta since Wenger announced he was stepping down last month.
He won three Premier League titles, including the famous 2003-04 unbeaten season, and seven FA Cups, while revolutionising English football with his ground-breaking use of sports science and scouting of players from previously untapped markets like Africa.
[I would take] a project that is solid, which makes sense, which has the means to fulfil (sic) its ambitions too, because, well.at my age, I can't work over 20 years.
"Consistency in football is one of the hardest jobs, especially when you are a manager or coach".
"I almost signed Ronaldo and I think that would have changed the history of Arsenal Football Club. Maybe it's better I go somewhere else". "We hadn't managed to do that yet so it was important to end Arsene's final game with a win", said Ramsey.
Wenger is leaving the Gunners this summer after 22 years at the North London outfit, and former Arsenal attacking midfielder Merson has stated that he would not be surprised if the Frenchman became the new Everton boss. For Wenger, that's as close as you're ever going to get to an admission, and his interaction with the fans saw him as comfortable and at ease as he ever has been.