Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger has not ruled out managing France one day – but is in no rush to leave Arsenal. (Bad news for the ‘Wenger-Out’ Brigade)

Wenger, approaching his 20th anniversary as the manager of Arsenal has long been linked with a move to manage his country’s national team. And with the European Championship starting today, Wenger was asked his thoughts on the host nation and in particular whether he ever saw himself managing his home country one day.

“I am getting a bit old now to make long-term plans!,” the 66-year-old Frenchman told beIN Sports.

“For the moment I am a club manager, we shall see what happens.”

There is no mincing words, Arsene Wenger is one of the best managers in the world (Forget about trophies, please!) and any country who manages to get him to be their manager should count themselves lucky. I won’t mind having him as the head coach of Nigeria though.

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