- Arsene Wenger's hopes of becoming manager of Bayern Munich has taken a twist
- The Frenchman have been out of work since he left the elms at Arsenal in 2018
- It is understood that Bayern Munich and Wenger could not reach an agreement
Arsene Wenger will not be Bayern Munich's next manager according to reports from Germany.
The Bundesliga champions sacked Niko Kovac after last weekend's defeat to Frankfurt and had discussions with the former Arsenal boss.
But it is understood the Bavarians offered Wenger a short term deal in a bid to make sign him on permanent basis at the end of the season based on performances.
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However the 70-year-old who speaks the German language fluently wanted a long term contract at the Allianz Arena.
Wenger has been without work since leaving his position as manager at the Emirates in the summer of 2018 and has expressed his desire to step back into the dugout should the right position become available.
Hans Flick is now the interim head coach, is in line to be handed the permanent position while Jose Mourinho is also in the running.
Bayern are currently in a disappointing fourth position in the Bundesliga with five wins from their opening 10 matches.
They face a crunch game at the weekend against bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund in what could take them to second position if come out with a win.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsene Wenger believes the absence of Aymeric Laporte could give Liverpool the edge over Manchester City ahead of their mouthwatering clash on Sunday, November 10.
Liverpool are currently topping the Premier League standings with 31 points, six ahead of Man City who are second.
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