Although the reports linking the Arsenal manager with the newly available job in charge of the national team of England were initially taken as something of a joke, it has become increasingly clear that there could be more to it. We will have to wait and see what happens with the three lions in the next year to know more.
But there has been talk of them getting someone in on a temporary basis until Wenger’s current contract with Arsenal runs out next summer. As reported by The Telegraph the Frenchman has refused to rule himself out of the job but will not walk away from his current deal.
So assuming that this will be his last season in charge of the Gunners, will Wenger change his transfer policy, which is often ruled by a long term outlook rather than the sort of quick fix that the likes of Jose Mourinho usually goes for? Surely he will be desperate to go out on a high and that is much more likely to happen if we make some big signings like Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli.
So could this possible job offer for our boss turn out to be great news for Arsenal and our chances of winning the Premier League title?