It would be better if he finished his contract until next season and achieved the European trophy.
PSG can still break the 100-point barrier in Ligue 1, with five matches left before the end of the season and 87 points to their name.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright, who played under Wenger, found it hard to believe his old boss had resigned with a year left on his current deal.
I felt the loss of my brother yesterday more profoundly and sharply than I can remember in recent years. Behind the scenes, the organization's tectonic plates had been shifting, with an influx of new executives working around the previously omnipotent Wenger.
Wenger announced his intentions to leave the Emirates this summer on Friday, ending a 22-year stay in north London.
During that golden period, Arsenal won three Premier League titles and four FA Cups with a smooth-passing style that raised standards in a league previously more enamored of a physical game. "Arsene changed Arsenal into a well-recognized club in the world". "Even if the next thing after Wenger is a failure then at least it's something else", he says.
The legendary former French international, who spent close to a decade with Arsenal where he made 279 appearances winning three Premier League titles, has been Arsenal's radar for a while now. What about the impact of high speeds on the body day after day, or the monotony of it all?
Neville told BBC at half-time of United's victory over Tottenham in the FA Cup: 'It was probably the greatest rivalry.
Celtic's Brendan Rodgers distanced himself from replacing Arsene Wenger on Saturday amid reports that Luis Enrique was being lined up by Arsenal to succeed their veteran manager.
With Arsene Wenger leaving at the end of the season, it is all on the players to give him a proper send off, and the performance on the field will matter the most.
"In the coming months the world will see the unity and power of this football club, and the people within it".
Wenger wasn't blameless, though.
Last season was the first time in 20 years the club didn't qualify for the Champions League, but they haven't got beyond the last 16 in that competition since 2010.
Wenger's reluctance to fold to the booming inflation in football transfer fees and wages was often used as a shield by the board for not splashing out despite huge cash reserves.