The Frenchman will take charge of his final Arsenal game on Sunday, bringing down the curtain on nearly 22 years at the helm.
A European Super League has been mooted for a number of years, with Europes top clubs thought to be ready to abandon their domestic leagues to form a lucrative inter-continental super league, although nothing has ever come to fruition.
'We've gone via a season of ups and downs however they've at all times created one thing particular and I would really like that to return out within the final sport by the way in which we play it.
Allegri is believed to be willing to quit Juve at the end of the season but only if he feels he make Arsenal major contenders again, domestically and in Europe. Look at the audiences of the Champions League.
Arsene Wenger is keen to win the last game of his Arsenal reign - but more for the players he will be leaving behind than to toast his own farewell.
Yet the fine form of Aubameyang since his January arrival encouraged Wenger to claim he has left Arsenal in good hands. "And I would like my successor to do that as well".
"The European League will happen and it will be soon because it's a way for other clubs to fight against the financial power of the Premier League".
But Wenger indicated global management could yet be on the agenda, although he would like to see Southgate remain with England beyond his current contract, which expires in 2020. However, he added that he will visit India one day. Whether that is managing or not...
"It will be hard to adjust of course but I will have to deal with that".
Arsenal will be without the suspended Konstantinos Mavropanos after he was sent off during the 3-1 defeat to Leicester in midweek while Laurent Koscielny is facing six months out following Achilles surgery.
Handing one supporter his tie, Wenger basked in the warm glow of their applause for a few moments before disappearing into the sunlit evening.