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Wenger Offered Deal To Become Highest Paid Manager

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Wenger Offered Deal To Become Highest Paid Manager

Arsene Wenger has been very quiet when it comes what he will be doing after stepping down as Arsenal manager at the end of this season but he will certainly not retire from football.

Arsene Wenger confirmed that he will be stepping down as Arsenal manager at the end of this season for reasons which aren’t clear enough to understand.

As reported by The Mirror, the Frenchman has received a staggering offer from a Chinese club who are ready to offer him a deal which could see him get an excess of £24 million-a-year making him the highest earning manager in the world but the report didn’t show whether Wenger will accept it or not.

Arsene Wenger has been secretive on what his next step will be when he leaves the North Londoners after this season but according to many reports, the manager won’t be retiring from football yet because it’s something he feels he does best so he will just quit the gunners and get a new club, it’s said that he prefers managing a club in France because it’s his home country so it would be an honor to retire from there.

It has also been reported that PSG are also interested in bringing Arsene Wenger to the French capital but it is still up to him whether he will accept and it seems the manager has received many offers but he hasn’t put any into consideration because he is still the Arsenal manager who has many things to focus about like winning the Europa League so that he receives a wonderful send off after finishing 22 years with the club.

The Chinese Super League has been signing most soon to retire football players but it seems that they would also like to take Arsene Wenger and this would hugely benefit their league because he is a genius manager but he will likely reject the offer because he was continually criticizing the players that decided to go there saying that they are wasting their football careers.

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