Both Wenger and Mourinho want to avoid confrontation in their final match

As an answer to Jose Mourinho’s recent announcement, Arsene Wenger has stated that he also wants to avoid final confrontation. United manager Jose Mourinho said on Friday that he had regrets about "episodes and words" involving the Arsenal boss, and now when Wenger is going to retire after 22 years in charge as Arsenal manager, he will meet Jose Mourinho for the last time as coach in a Premier League match at Old Trafford on Sunday. It seems both of them are eager to have a match on Sunday without any confrontation as Wenger also announced his wish to ”go peacefully”. Wenger said: "I respect him of course, I respect him a lot. And I don't want to go into individuals. I want to go peaceful and with Mourinho as well because he is a great manager." The Frenchman, though, is not convinced he will be warmly welcomed in Manchester. "I always got a great reception at Old Trafford," he joked. "I don't know what kind of reception I will get but we will be focused on winning the game. We always had some great battles in 22 years," Wenger added.

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