Arsenal manager says he can still manage another club

Wenger has been with the Gunners since 1996 making him the longest serving manager now in the EPL

Arsene Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he could manage another club when he quits the north London club.

Wenger has been with the Gunners since 1996 making him the longest serving manager now in the English Premier League.

Despite offers from other clubs, the Frenchman has remained at Arsenal but has now admitted that he could coach another club after his time at the Emirate stadium.

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“If, tomorrow morning, I am told, ‘Goodbye and thank you’ by Arsenal, “I cannot promise you that I will not look to continue to work, to live my passion. But, without a doubt, not in England,” Wenger explained to L’Equipe Sport and Style magazine,

“What is for certain is that my attachment to Arsenal will remain until the end of my days.

“I've had moments where I could have broken that [other offers], but I have always refused them. I do not see how, today, I could have a managerial career elsewhere.”

The 66-year-old has just been named the Barclays Manager of the Month award after guiding Arsenal to four straight league wins in October.

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