Arsenal are expected to provide new Barclays Premier League champions Manchester United with a guard of honour ahead of Sunday's match at the Emirates Stadium.
Tradition has seen champions clapped onto the pitch in the past, with United having done so for Chelsea in 2005 and also Arsenal back in 1991 at Highbury.
However, given the animosity from some Gunners supporters to the £24million departure of their former captain to United, where he has gone on to score 28 goals, the issue did throw up concerns.
Nevertheless, Arsenal will proceed with the plans to mark United's achievements.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger had been reluctant to discus the issue ahead of their Premier League game at Fulham.
He said: "Manchester United have won the title. Do they win it here or somewhere else? It is done.
"For us, what is important is to win the next game which is Fulham and then after we deal with Manchester United."
Arsenal are 21 points behind United in third place, but remain in the hunt for Champions League qualification.