Arsene Wenger announced three weeks ago that he will be stepping down as Arsenal manager at the end of this season due to un clear reasons known to him alone.
The French manager has spent 22 years as gunners boss and he finally called it quits this season, and the manager has gotten a lot of farewell messages from many sports men because he is a respected manager in the football world. This decision leaves the gunners without a manager so they are now on a hunt for his replacement.
Arsene Wenger today revealed that he has already received many offers from different clubs which he didn’t make public;
“Yes more than expected.’ said Wenger when asked whether he has received any offers. The manager is quoted by The Mirror.
“But I am not analysing or considering anything, I want to work well here until the last day of my contract.”
Arsene Wenger also confirmed that he won’t quit coaching when he leaves the gunners in a few weeks from now and it seems he won’t find it hard getting a new job since he has said that he is receiving many offers since announcing his decision to resign.
The French manager still has two matches left before he officially leaves the gunners where he has spent most of his managerial career from, so it will be a hard time for him trying to go and manage another club aside from the North Londoners.