Former Super Eagles captain, Nwankwo Kanu is among Arsenal legends who have been invited to attend Arsene Wenger’s last English Premier League home match.

Arsenal will play against Burnley on Sunday, their last EPL game at the Emirates Stadium this season.

The London club will be using the encounter to celebrate the departure of Wenger, who was in charge of the side for 22 years.

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Arsenal, according to a report on British website, Daily Mail,  have written to all their former players who have made 100-plus league appearances for the club to grace the game at the Emirates Stadium.

Kanu joined Arsenal from Inter Milan in 1999, and made 119 league appearances and scoring 37 times, before leaving for West Brom.

Sol Campbell, Thierry Henry, Tony Adams, Bob Wilson, Frank McLintock and other legends are also expected at the Emirates.

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