Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is set to take up another activity in football in the coming month. Wenger has not accepted any team’s management job since he left Arsenal toward the end of last season, which ended his 22-year period accountable for the Emirates Stadium club, Arsenal.
As indicated by the Times, Wenger is willing to return to the role of a manager again after his spell out. According to source Wenger misses the everyday work that accompanies football management. However, there are four offers on the table for the football management expert, though none of the proposals have originated from Premier League sides. The report suggests that Wenger isn’t happy to take any English Premier league side as that would place him too close with Arsenal.
Paris Saint-Germain is one of the quarter of clubs eyeing Wenger. They are thought to view him as a potential director of football. There is also a national team who have made him an offer to be their new coach. And two other ‘leading European clubs’ have made proposals to Wenger as they bid to make him their manager. Bayern Munich, AC Milan, and Real Madrid have all previously been credited with an interest in appointing him.