Arsenal are turning Arsene Wenger's coat into a tourist attraction

Arsene Wenger's struggles with the zipper on the full-length coat he insists on wearing during the winter have become legendary.

And since the Frenchman apparently has no use for either his coat or his office at the Emirates during the summer months, the club has decided to put both on display for stadium tour visitors.

Or at least, the coat is one of the things fans can now see in Wenger's office.

The club said: "Fans will be able to get a glimpse of the boss's inner sanctum where he discusses matches and meets the great names of football past and present. Emirates Stadium visitors will be able to watch a video with the manager talking about his matchday routine and see what he keeps in his office, including his infamous Puma benchcoat."

It's not the first time Arsenal have made light of Wenger's zipper problems. When the club switched shirt sponsor from Nike to Puma two years ago, they released this advert about the challenge of designing a "flawless zipper" for the Arsenal boss.