Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he regrets some of his bust-ups with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, according to the Mirror.
Man United host the Gunners in the Premier League this weekend as they look to build upon their 3-1 victory over Swansea City. The Red Devils find themselves in sixth place with 18 points after 11 games.
Arsene Wenger’s side meanwhile are unbeaten in 15 games and are in forth place, two points behind leaders Liverpool.
The French tactician will go head-to-head with Mourinho on Saturday. Wenger once pushed the former Chelsea manager Mourinho on the touchline at Stamford Bridge in 2014. However, Wenger stated that he will shake hands with his bitter rival.
“I make mistakes in my life, and I regret every one I make, believe me. I would have loved to have a life without any mistakes. But unfortunately I am not even sure that Jesus did that,” Wenger was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
“In life, everybody is responsible for what he says, and what he does. So I am responsible for what I say and what I do. Not what other people say or what they do.
“So I cannot respond to responsibility for what other people say about me or about themselves. I stand up for what I have said and what I do.
“I think as well, before a big game like that it is ‘Mourinho v Wenger’ but it is not that what is most important, what is important is the quality of the game when it starts.”
Arsenal boss Wenger has failed to defeat Jose Mourinho in 13 competitive games.