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Arsene Wenger Opens Up On His Next Move Since Leaving Arsenal

To bring you up to speed, Arsene Wenger stepped down as Arsenal boss in 2018 after 22 years in charge of the North London side & has stated multiple times, he’s keen on getting back to football management in the near future.

He turned down various roles from clubs & associations alike: including a Technical Development role at FIFA (of all places) for reasons unknown, at the time.

Speaking to BeIN Sports France, Wenger said: “I rejected some nice offers because I did not feel ready. Maybe I realized how much I was in my own”

“Putting a bit of distance between myself and our world made me hesitate to jump back into the fire-pit so quickly. I did it for 35 years without any interruption. So I was able to leave the bubble and open my eyes and that took me time… you will see me in a dugout again, when I don’t know exactly.”

Wenger, has also been repeatedly linked with a technical director role at Paris Saint-Germain, but has kept tight-lipped on his next move, so your guess is as good as ours on what he’s planning to do next.

All we can go with as of today is he has the intent to get to the dugout soon; when & where is all up in the air. Your move professor…..

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