Jose Mourinho has aimed a swipe at Wenger by suggesting that the frenchman ís a manager who will leave Arsenal ready for failure.
Mourinho also aimed dig at Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola for being praised for playing beautiful football but winning nothing.
Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger have always had a fierce rivalry, Mourinho once called him specialist in failure.
This time, the Portuguese thinks Wenger’s reign at Arsenal is doing the club long term damage.
“I prepare clubs for success. I think I prepare clubs in a way where, when I leave, the new manager arrives at a top club,” Mourinho told the times.
“And that is not short-term even if you leave. If you’re in a club one or two years, or any job – if you leave a structure to be even more successful without you than with you, that’s not short-term. That’s long-term.
“What is the opposite of success? Right, failure. One who leaves the club in conditions for failure. That is a short-term manager.
“You can be there ten or 20 years and when you leave the club, it’s ready for failure.”
Mourinho also hit at Klopp and Guardiola in a way over thier style that has no substance.
Mourinho said: “To play very well and win, that is perfection. But, if you cannot have that perfection, you cannot hide (behind) ‘my game is beautiful’ and win nothing.
“You have to go to win, and to win with the qualities that’s you have.”
“If a manager defends a doctrine of ‘I win and I play amazingly well’, I applaud.
“But the ones who don’t win, who defend something that I don’t understand? I don’t get it.”