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Sunday, 10 March 2019

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger returns to England as he is set to take up another job

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is back in London amid reports that he is set to take over a role at FIFA. The former Arsenal manager is currently without a job after leaving the Gunners last May and appears to be enjoying having some time off. Wenger took the time to speak to people on the street who looked happy to be talking to a football legend. The former Arsenal boss has yet to decide on his next destination with suggestions he might become a director at PSG the latest talking point.


Arsene Wenger was spotted chatting to fans at Kings Cross St Pancras station in London
Wenger recently won the Lifetime Achievement award at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco. Speaking at the event Wenger said: ‘When human beings at their best meet sport at its best, life becomes art. ‘My future is unknown – even for me. ‘I enjoy daily life now and I have been travelling a lot recently all over the world. ‘I am enjoying a little bit less pressure. And more freedom as well. But I miss the competition.’


The former Arsenal manager is currently without a job after leaving the Gunners last May
According to reports, the Frenchman is said to have turned down lucrative offers from top clubs. French publication Le Parisien, as seen by Game Yetu, claim the ex-Arsenal man has been approached by world football governing body FIFA to head the technical development department. The website reports FIFA boss Gianni Infantino wants Wenger to oversee changes in rules of the game as well as technological innovations.

A special adviser is reportedly waiting for Wenger in Zurich, Switzerland, even though he has not conclusively accepted the job. Wenger, according to the publication, will turn down a ‘behind the scenes’ role at French giants Paris St Germain and will look to join Infantino in the coming days. He has not revealed to the public what he intends to do with his football future but has hinted at a return to management, in one way or another.

‘My future is unknown – even for me. I enjoy daily life now and I have been travelling a lot recently all over the world. I am enjoying a little bit less pressure. And more freedom as well. But I miss the competition,’ said Wenger. He has won three Premier League titles and seven FA cups during his time with the Gunners.

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