Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that he won’t mind taking the managerial job at Premier League club Manchester United.
Wenger enjoyed a well publicised rivalry with Manchester United when he was the Arsenal manager for over two decades.
The 69-year-old Frenchman talked about Manchester United and their managerial job while he was doing his punditry work on BeIN Sports.
According to him, Manchester United is one of the biggest clubs on the world football stage and the managerial job at the fallen Premier League giants is an attractive one.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure to keep his job at Old Trafford after the average start made to the new Premier League season.
Solskjaer and Manchester United have recorded just eight points from the first six games of the new Premier League season.
Manchester United have won two, drawn two and lost two of six league games this season.
The situation didn’t improve much in the Carabao Cup after Solskjaer and his players needed penalties to beat League One club Rochdale to progress into the fourth round of the competition.
Manchester United beat Rochdale 5-3 on penalties in the third round game played at Old Trafford after the two teams shared a 1-1 draw.