Arsene Wenger will reject offers from China to coach at a top European club if he quits Arsenal.
Amidst uncertainty surrounding his future at Arsenal, Wenger has revealed that he will be coaching next season but could not guarantee his stay with the Gunners.
“No matter what happens I will manage for another season," Wenger, who has been Arsenal's manager for more than 20 years, told reporters at the club's training ground, north of London, on Friday, February 17.
That comment has put many European clubs in alert and have also attracted possible offers from China.
Big name managers like Manuel Pellegrini, Luiz Felipe Scolari and Andre Villas-Boas now in China, some clubs are looking to sign Wenger.
The Frenchman whose contract at Arsenal expires at the end of the season is likely to get considerably more than £8million-per-year he already earns at Arsenal.
Despite his lack of silverware in recent years, the high reputation of the 67-year-old will likely get him another big job in Europe and that is why the Frenchman wants to reject any offer from China no matter how big.
In the past, Wenger has been considered by the likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain and has been linked with Barcelona in recent weeks.