Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dropped a hint on his new managerial job.
The Frenchman talked about his next managerial job while he was a pundit on BeIN Sports.
According to him, he will soon return to the dugout.
Arsene Wenger said that football fans will soon see him return to management.
The French tactician has been without a managerial job since leaving Arsenal last summer.
Wenger spent 22 years in North London before resigning from his job as the Arsenal manager with one year left on his then contract at the Emirates Stadium.
During his time at Arsenal, Wenger led the North London club to an unbeaten run.
Arsenal went through the 2003/04 Premier League season without a single defeat as masterminded by the aforementioned Wenger.
The 69-year-old led Arsenal to a 49-game unbeaten run between 2003 and 2004.
Arsenal won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup titles while Wenger was the manager.
Arsene Wenger also led the Gunners to the 2006 Champions League final before they were beaten 2-1 by Spanish champions Barcelona who came from behind to beat the Premier League side with a numerical advantage.
The Gunners had goalkeeper Jens Lehmann sent off in the first half of the game played in Paris.