It is no secret that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger does not like Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
Wenger and Mourinho have had many rows down the years and the two rivals refused to shake hands after the Gunners beat the Blues 1-0 in the Community Shield at the start of August.
However, Wenger has refused a chance to get stuck into Mourinho, who is currently under fire for his treatment of club doctor Eva Carneiro.
Mourinho swore at Carneiro as she ran onto the pitch to treat Eden Hazard during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Swansea City. The Special One then called her “naive” and has since told her not to attend future first-team games.
Wenger was asked to comment on the situation. Although he did, his response was very reserved.
He is quoted by The Mirror as saying: “Football is difficult enough that if you are not united it is even more difficult. It is a problem of trust and unity that makes the strength.
“You speak about that story at Chelsea. I have not followed that all because I have no interest in what goes on at Chelsea and secondly the rules are quite clear, that when the ref gives an indication that the medical can come on he can come on.”