Arsene Wenger resigned from his position as the manager of Arsenal in May and the Frenchman has made the media to speculate on what his next move will be after leaving the North Londoners after two decades.
Wenger however said that he didn’t retire from football when he announced his decision to leave the Emirates Stadium but he has since then been quiet on his future as he has played mind games with the media, even once said that will decide his future after the end of the World Cup.
A few weeks after his departure from Arsenal, he confirmed that he had already received many requests including some outside Europe, all asking him to come coach their teams but said that he informed them all that he hasn’t made a decision on his future yet.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed when he will decide his future after having an exclusive interview with French news outlet Get Football News France.
“I decided not to decide. I was intoxicated for such a long time that I promised myself not to make any decisions before September.” said Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal supporters also can’t wait to see what their former boss will be doing but most of them hope that he retires because they know it would feel weird seeing him as an opponent in the future but Arsene Wenger has always said how he enjoys coaching so much.
Many reports suggested that Arsene Wenger was going to be appointed as the new boss of the Japan national team but those rumours have cooled down since there wasn’t any more information on whether it was true that the Asian country needed him.