Top TV personality and really popular Arsenal supporter Pier Morgan presented Donald Trump an Arsenal shirt amid an interview, inquiring as to whether the U.S. president would take charge of Wenger’s job at the Emirates Stadium.
Tweeting a photo of himself gifting Trump the No. 45 shirt, Morgan expressed: “The minute I invite President Trump to be Arsenal’s new manager ” because he’d build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy & want to win big trophies at all costs.
The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal's new manager – because he'd build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy & want to win big trophies at all costs.
See his hilarious response on Sunday night, ITV, 10pm. #TrumpMorgan pic.twitter.com/pVZdFD6N0J
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 26, 2018
In a subsequent tweet, Morgan included: “It would be a high-risk appointment, admittedly…”
There may as of now be an Arsenal fan in the Trump family: His last born, Barron, was captured during the White House Easter Egg Roll in April wearing an Arsenal jersey.
Barron Trump the youngest son of the Trump family is also a member of D.C. United academy, having played for the club’s Under-12 side.
The president also has some history in the game, having played varsity soccer at the New York Military Academy in the 1960s and helped lead a League Cup in 1992.
While the North London team sit 6th in the Premier League and not long ago were bundled out in their FA Cup opener out of the blue since Arsene Wenger assumed control in 1996.
The troubled Frenchman did get a lifeline as the Gunners secured a 2-1 aggregate over sloppy Chelsea on Wednesday to progress to the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City in Wembley Stadium on February 25.