- Donald Trump was once given the chance to take over from Arsene Wenger at Arsenal
- Piers Morgan presented an Arsenal jersey to United States president with the No.45
- Trump championed the course in the unified US-Mexico bid for hosting the 2026 World Cup
Donald Trump was offered a managerial job at Arsenal by staunch fan Piers Morgan during Arsene Wenger's frustrating spell at the Emirates.
There were campaigns to forcefully remove the legendary manager in 2018 after recording poor strings of results.
The US president was presented with a jersey and told if he would love to become the next Gunners' boss in an interview with the Good Morning show host.
Morgan gave Trump the No. 45 jersey indicating the 45th president of the United States as the TV host wrote on his Twitter handle:
"The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal's new manager - because he'd build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy & want to win big trophies at all costs. See his hilarious response on Sunday night, ITV, 10pm."
In a follow-up tweet, Morgan added:
"It would be a high risk appointment, admittedly..."
Trump's youngest son Barron is suspected to be an Arsenal fan after he was spotted wearing the club's kit during the White House Easter Egg Roll.
The young lad is also a member of Major League Soccer (MLS) side D.C. United's academy having played for the club's U12 side.
Trump has also had a history of playing football back in his university days with the New York Military Academy in the 1960s and helped conduct a League Cup draw in 1992.
He also supported the United States unified bid with Mexico in winning the hosting rights for the 2026 World Cup.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Donald Trump is taunted as the most controversial president the United States have ever had in recent times but the number one citizen of America still has his followers in the sporting world.
The votes in the US general elections are presently being counted and the next president between Trump and Joe Biden will be announced soon.
Many sports celebrities who have large followers have made their intentions known that the billionaire businessman should be voted out.
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