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Confirmed: Ex-Arsenal Boss Turns Down Fulham Job

Amuda Segun

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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not in a hurry to get back into management after it was revealed that he turned down a Premier League job twice.

According to the Daily Mail, Wenger rejected the offer to become the Fulham manager on two occasions.

The Frenchman has been offered the job twice since November 2018.

Arsene Wenger has been without a managerial job since he left Arsenal last summer.

The former AS Monaco and Grampus Eight boss resigned at Arsenal despite the fact that he had one year left on his then Gunners contract.

He was replaced by Spanish tactician Unai Emery at Arsenal.

During his time in North London, Arsene Wenger led Arsenal to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup trophies.

The French tactician also led the Gunners to the 2000 UEFA Cup final and the 2006 Champions League final before Arsenal were beaten by Turkish side Galatasaray and Barcelona respectively.

Since leaving the Arsenal job at the end of last season, Wenger has been linked with several jobs.

He was strongly linked with the Real Madrid job before the Spanish giants opted for Zinedine Zidane who made a return to his beloved club earlier this year and he’s expected to oversee a big rebuilding job at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

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