- Arsene Wenger could be returning to Emirates Stadium in the coming months
- The Frenchman left his role as the Gunners head coach in 2018
- They want the 70-year-old to help win support back from the fans
Arsenal are reportedly planning to bring their longest-serving manager Arsene Wenger back to the Emirates Stadium.
The Frenchman parted ways with the club after 22 years in May 2018 having won three Premier Leagues and several other domestic titles during his reign.
Wenger was heavily scrutinsed by the supporters towards the end of his reign at the north London club following a downward trend in the pattern of their performances.
According to SunSport, Wenger appears not to have gotten over his sudden departure from the club he committed over two decades of his life.
He was succeeded by Spanish born tactician Unai Emery who was sacked by the club chiefs late last year owing to several internal rows with the players.
The former PSG manager did not last two seasons at the Emirates Stadium before he was fired with Mikel Arteta was appointed boss in December 2019
SunSport quoting Daily Mirror claim the Gunners are open to reuniting with their former manager as they plan to give the Frenchman a new role at the club.
Although the manager admitted that he would remain a fan of the club when he was leaving a few years back, he is however unsure of his return to the north London side.
Reports claim Arsenal top guns are "would love to welcome him back to help garner support among the fans”.
Meanwhile, Wenger took up an appointment with the world football governing body last November as the as chief of global football development.
The former Gunners boss is the head of all Fifa’s football development activities for the men’s and women’s game.
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Before his appointment, the 70-year-old boss was linked with a move to take over at Bayern Munich, while Real Madrid were also said to be interested.
At this point, no one is sure what role the north London side are planning to give their former boss with Arteta as their boss.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Arsene Wenger has claimed that his former club left their soul behind at the Highbury stadium due to the club's performances in all competitions since then.
Since the likes of Thierry Henry, Robert Pirez, Kolo Toure and others won the Premier League title in 2002, Arsenal have not lifted the trophy till today.
It was also at the Highbury stadium that Arsenal got to the final of the 2005/06 Champions League final where they lost 2-1 against Spanish giants Barcelona.