Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, is to travel to Liberia this week to receive the West African country’s highest honour.
Manchester City begin their Premier League title defence this afternoon with a tricky test against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsene Wenger has suggested that it was a mistake staying at Arsenal for more than two decades as he was made to feel like "a prisoner".
The 34-year-old made more than 250 appearances for Juve, winning the Serie A title in each of his seven seasons at the club.
Speaking in stilted English after being introduced to the media by club CEO, Ivan Gazidis, at the Emirates Stadium, the Spaniard also said he was proud to follow in Wenger’s footsteps.
The 33-year-old has not played since October 2016 and underwent several operations, one resulting in a loss of eight centimetres from the tendon in his right ankle. He also nearly lost his foot after contracting gangrene.
Emery, 46, won Ligue 1 and four domestic cups in two seasons in the French capital before departing earlier this month