Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is eyeing a return to management in France if reports emanating from the media in the United Kingdom are anything to go by.
Two French top flight sides are ready to slug it out in their quest to secure a return to management for the aforementioned Wenger.
According to the publication from the Daily Mail, both Lyon and French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) are eyeing a move for Arsene Wenger in a general manager’s capacity.
Frenchman Wenger has been without a managerial job since he left Arsenal at the start of the current campaign.
He spent over two decades in North London before resigning from the Arsenal managerial job despite the fact that he had one year left on his then Gunners’ contract.
During his time at Arsenal, Wenger won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup trophies.
He’s the manager with the most titles in the history of the FA Cup.
His greatest achievement was when he led Arsenal to an unprecedented Premier League unbeaten run during the 2003/04 season.
Arsenal went through that league campaign without suffering any defeat as they won a third Premier League title under the guidance of the legendary French manager.
Wenger also led Arsenal to both the 2000 UEFA Cup final and UEFA Champions League final which he lost to Galatasaray and Barcelona respectively.