After a long retirement since stepping down as Arsenal long-term manager, Arsene Wenger have come to the media to announce his return to football on 1st of January having received offers from all over the world.
The French manager stepped down as Arsenal manager after a 22-year stint at the Emirates Stadium last summer.
After claiming he will be returning to Managing role in January, Wenger also reveals that he is clueless on what club he will coaching next, but he is also open to a National team role or a return to Japan.
Speaking to Germana Bild, Arsene Wenger said via BBC: “I feel rested and am ready to work again.
“I believe [I will] start again on 1 January. I don’t know [where] yet,” he told German newspaper Bild.
“There are associations, national teams, it could be also in Japan.
“From my 22 years at Arsenal, I have big experience on different levels. There are enquiries from all over the world.”
Switching on Wenger spoke about Mesut Ozil, claiming Germany needs the Arsenal play maker to make a comeback to the national team.
Ozil, who arrived at the Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2013, hanged his boots for his national team side following recent fall out with the national federation.
“I believe that Germany needs Ozil. I hope that [manager] Joachim Low can convince him that he will come back,” said Wenger.
“Ozil is a super football player, was not the worst in the World Cup. I did not love that he left the German national team.
“I love it when the players are as good as possible. He loses a bit if he does not play at an international level.”
The 68-year-old man left Monaco for Japan in a very short spell, and in 1996 Wenger took charge of Arsenal where he completed a 22-year spell – helping the North London club win three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups in the process.