Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson have both today been inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

Often heralded as two of the greatest managers the league has ever seen, they will join many of their famous former players in the hall.

Wenger won three league titles alongside seven FA Cups and was also the manager during the historic and unrepeated “invincible” season.

Ferguson is the leagues most successful manager with 13 titles, two Champions Leagues, four League Cups, Five FA Cups and a Club World Cup.

Wenger and Ferguson are the first ever managers to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, which was launched in 2021.

Wenger arrived in 1996 as one of the leagues first foreign managers and won the Premier League title in his first full season at the Gunners.

On his induction Wenger told BBC Sport, “I’d like to be known as someone who loved Arsenal, who respected the values of the club and left it in a position where it can grow and become even bigger.

Wenger continued, “To share this with Sir Alex is a great honour for me. It’s like two boxers, you fight like mad and go the distance together.

“At the end of the day, you have respect and it will be a great opportunity to meet with him, share a good bottle of wine and memories of our old battles.”

Ferguson managed Manchester United for 27 years between 1986 and 2013, completing a three-peat of league title wins on two occasions.

Ferguson said, “It’s an honour when you receive recognition like this,” he continued, “However, it’s not just about me as a person.

“It’s about the job at Manchester United and the bond we had over many years, so I’m also proud for the club, the staff and my players.

“My job was to send the fans home happy. United’s history and my own expectations were the things that drove me.”

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