Arsene Wenger is still a popular figure among Arsenal fans despite leaving the club nearly two years ago.

The Frenchman spent over 20 years in charge of the Gunners, leading them to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup victories.

Wenger left the Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2018 after 22 years at the club, with calls from fans that a change was needed in order to freshen things up at the club.

He was replaced by former Paris Saint-Germain boss Unai Emery, but the Spaniard was shown the door 18-months later, with former Gunners’ player Mikel Arteta now in the dugout.

Wenger is now working as director of development at FIFA after joining the governing body in November 2019.

The former manager has also done some punditry for Bein Sport around this season’s Champions League games.

However, the postponement in football means that a lot of people now have some spare time on their hands, including Wenger.

The Frenchman was spotted taking a walk around London on Friday afternoon, and Arsenal fans have noticed something that has made them very happy.

Despite not being at Arsenal for two years, Wenger was wearing Gunners shorts for his stroll.

This prompted a reaction from fans of social media.

The escalation of the coronavirus has now led to pubs, cafes, restaurants being closed down in the UK and people encouraged to stay at home in order to try and curtail the spread of the disease.

That led to some fans being worried about the 70-year-old being out in current conditions.

However, going out for exercise and Fresh air is encouraged as long as effort is made to stay at least two metres apart from other people.