The world hasn’t yet gotten over the Wenger fever and his exit from the Emirates after two decades of reign and the future of the Frenchman is already in the top list of rumours before the Summer break. According to the recent rumours, the vintage manager of Premier League is being welcomed in PSG, but he refused to take charge of that French League club. The owner of Paris Saint Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaifi is a close friend of Wenger and he has made quite a few attempts to lure Wenger to the French capital. Despite of the rumours of Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel to replace Unai Emery this summer, it is obvious now the club wants the former Arsenal manager. Leaving Arsenal was the toughest decision of his life and one of his friends of the 68-year-old who left Arsenal a year early revealed the main reason behind the incident. Arsenal was like a home for the Frenchman but falling-out with chief executive Ivan Gazidis costed him all, who was pressuring him to go and this hit Wenger hard, emotionally.
It has been 22 years with the north Londoners, and his claims to take a break from the game appear to be genuine. It can also be understood that nothing can replace Arsenal in his heart. His affection for Arsenal cannot be contemplated by taking charge of another club. Though Everton are also contacting him to replace Sam Allardyce at the end of the season, but it seems he doesn’t want to stay in Premier League any further.
Wenger now wants to take charge of his country. After all, he has given everything to a club which is not even of his country. Now this is the time, he must contribute to his nation but much will depend on their showing at the World Cup. It seems after six years of job there Didier Deschamps’ time as boss could be coming to an end. Wenger is a pure architecture of football system. He wouldn’t bound himself to guide the senior team, but he likes the idea of rebuilding the national set-up all the way up from the kids. It won’t be as intense as the last few years at Arsenal, where he has come under constant attack and been abused, with the club failing to win the league for 14 years.
As Wenger has already refused the PSG job, they can now clearly confirm the appointment of 44-year-old Tuchel. On the other hand, Arsenal seems increasingly confident that they can land Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri as Wenger’s replacement.
The 50-year-old manager was their top priority last summer when it was planned Wenger might be leaving.
The new head of recruitment og Arsenal, Sven Mislintat, had been suggesting he claims of Hoffenheim 30-year-old wizkid boss Julian Nagelsmann. No one is sure what will happen next, but the board have decided to go for experience with Allegri, who has been learning English, as their top pick. Though deep inside every Gunner, doesn’t matter how badly they wanted Arsene out of Emirates, will always be a place of Wenger!