PSG could be interested in taking Wenger on!
Arsenal.com did something unusual earlier in making a club statement in regards to the current ongoing saga surrounding Arsene Wenger’s future. Arsenal are notorious of keeping the fans in the dark over anything from transfer deals to contract situations, whilst as for Arsene Wenger, the Frenchman himself has been very quiet over the matter of next season.
We all know the situation surrounding Arsene Wenger now as if it is printed on the back of our hands. It is quite literally up in the air as to whether the boss will stay at Arsenal or leave in the summer, although I do personally reckon he has already made his mind up. The club released a statement in which it came just short of publicly backing Arsene Wenger, although it did show intentions of saying that any decision will be made in agreement with Wenger and the board, rather than Wenger allowing to dictate his future at the club as a sole party.
But whilst the saga continues, it seems that Arsene Wenger’s decision may come easier than expected, with rumours today suggesting that Ligue 1 side, Paris Saint Germain, could be interested in the Frenchman’s services. Should Wenger decide to leave and become available, no change of club is expected until the summer, with Wenger fully committed to Arsenal until the end of the season. However he did previously state that if he was to leave Arsenal after this campaign, then he isn’t looking to retire from professional management.
A move abroad has always been on the cards for Wenger whilst in charge of Arsenal, with the boss having rejected the likes of Real Madrid, AC Milan and the French national team. Wenger has remained loyal to Arsenal for over 20 years, but that isn’t to say he hasn’t been tempted about making a move. Considering he’s spent the majority of his professional management career in England, a move back to his homeland of France, with a team that competes for the domestic cups every season, as well as having a hit on the European stage, PSG could be the perfect fit for Wenger.
Considering PSG also embarrassed themselves in falling to a 6-1 defeat at the hands of Barcelona, to lose a tie that they led 4-0 ninety minutes earlier, it seems as if Wenger and PSG would be well accepted to each others expectations. Could a potential move to PSG be a deciding factor in whether Wenger stays or goes?