- Arsene Wenger has disclosed why he turned down job offers from Premier League clubs
- The Frenchman believes he is 'too linked with Arsenal'
- Wenger is considering whether to accept or reject a job offer from FIFA
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he has received a number of offers to get back to management in the Premier League - all of which he has turned down.
Wenger has been away from the dugout for nearly two years since stepping down as Gunners coach in the summer of 2018 after a 22-year stint.
Despite being linked with several sensational returns, Wenger maintains that the English Premier League is not in his cards because he has some degree of loyalty to the Gunners.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Wenger ruled out any grand return to the EPL because he was still a huge Arsenal fan.
He however declined to name the clubs interested in him for ethical reasons.
"I decided to move out of the Premier League because I am too linked with Arsenal. I had opportunities to work in England but I turned them down. I don't want to tell you [which clubs] because there are people in charge and it would unfair to them." He said.
In recent months, Wenger has been appearing as a pundit in renowned football outlets and his match analysis has been highly praised by fans who believe he is one of the few managers who truly have an eye for the game.
During his time with the Gunners, he won three Premier League titles, including one during the 2003/2004 season where he remarkably went on an unbeaten streak with a team which came to be known as The invincibles.
He also holds a decent record of keeping Arsenal in the top four for 20 consecutive season, although times proved hard in his last two seasons which saw the Gunners constantly feature in the second-tier Europa league.
Legit.ng reported earlier that ex-Manchester United gaffer Alex Ferguson has taken his time to speak about his old rival in the Premier League Arsene Wenger calling the Frenchman a legend.
During his time as Manchester United handler, Ferguson and Wenger were involved in rivalries in which these two men dominated football in England in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
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