Emerging reports claim that former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is now opened to a return to club management but that will only happen under optimal conditions.
Arsene Wenger put a pause to football management when he parted ways with the North London outfit in 2018 after 22 years spell at the club. He has since been away from that role and currently working as FIFA’s new Chief of Global Football Development.
It was expected that the former Gunners boss will immediately pick up a new offer as there were a number of clubs ready to hand him that opportunity but he was more focused on his holiday.
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Now, the Frenchman is now claiming o be missing the daily routines of a being a manager and is opened to returning but stressed that it would happen under optimal conditions.
Wenger stated that he initially was on the grass every morning and smells them but that has changed as he is now in muffled and in an administrative environment, sitting in the office which is not what he used to know.
No doubt that Arsene Wenger will still get the love and support he got from Arsenal fans when he eventually picks up a new role as he has written his name in gold at the Emirates Stadium.