Arsene Wenger resigned from his position as Arsenal manager at the end of the 2017/18 season after many protests from the fans calling for his leave from the North London club. The Frenchman spent 22 years at the club but he will now need to move on to the next step in his life.
The former Arsenal manager is now jobless at the moment but he said that he received many offers immediately after he had announced his decision to leave the club but he said that he was still un sure whether he was still interested in coaching clubs because he had passed through a lot at the Emirates Stadium.
It’s however been reported by Daily Mail that the French manager is focussed on making a return to Japan where he was impressive as he won the Emperor’s Cup and the Japanese Super Cup in the J-League before making his way to Arsenal in 1996, which was start of a successful era which became worse in the last past decade after the North Londoners finished many years without winning the Premier league trophy under Wenger.
Arsene Wenger is known as a man who loves football so everyone believes that the manager will continue coaching. The manager says that he hopes to make his decision before the first match of the 2018 WORLD CUP. The Arsenal manager has however hasn’t given his comment on what he has to say about new gunners boss Unai Emery who got appointed manager on Wednesday.
Arsene Wenger has some offers from some European clubs but the manager said that he was not ready to manage against Arsenal now which shows that he won’t accept any offer from England.
“I am not ready for that at the moment. That would be very difficult, I would stay at home that day. Maybe I don’t envisage that at the moment.” said the manager two weeks ago.
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