Arsene Wenger is now jobless at the moment after he resigned from his position as the manager of Arsenal in May. The Frenchman has never gave a direct answer on if he has quit coaching since he is now 68-years-old.
Arsene Wenger spent 22 years at Arsenal and had a successful run in the English football because he won a number of trophies but he however left the North Londoners when the supporters had got tired of him because the gunners have failed to win the Premier League trophy since their triumph in 2004.
The Mirror has today claimed that the Arsenal boss could return to coaching soon as he is now linked with Fenerbahce’s managerial job after the current boss of the Turkish club Phillip Cocu is under pressure because his team isn’t performing well as expected.
Arsene Wenger taking over the Fenerbahce job would mean that the former Arsenal boss would possibly meet the gunners in the near future because it is participating in the UEFA Europa League even though they aren’t in the same group. Arsene Wenger has been off cameras in the last few weeks aside from his appearance in a charity match which was organized to raise money for sick children.
Arsene Wenger said before the World Cup that he can’t confirm that he has retired from football because he still hasn’t made up his mind, in the past, the former Arsenal boss has always spoke of how he can’t imagine life without football because it has become an important thing in his life so the possibility of him coaching a new club is very likely.
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