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Arsene Wenger has admitted he would be interested in taking charge at Bayern Munich

Arsene Wenger throws his hat into the ring for Bayern Munich job as he admits he would definitely be interested in taking on vacant hotseat at the Allianz Arena

  • Arsene Wenger has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacant Bayern Munich job
  • The former Arsenal manager has been out of work since leaving the club in 2018 
  • However, he has always maintained his desire to work at the top level once again 
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Arsene Wenger has thrown his hat in the ring for the vacant Bayern Munich job.

The Frenchman has been out of work since leaving Arsenal in 2018, but has always insisted on his desire to return to coaching at the elite level, and has revealed he is willing to open a dialogue with the Bundesliga club.  

‘Of course,’ replied the former Gunners boss when asked if he would be interested in the Allianz Arena job.

Arsene Wenger has admitted he would be interested in taking charge at Bayern Munich

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Arsene Wenger has admitted he would be interested in taking charge at Bayern Munich 

‘Coaching is what was my whole life until now. Everybody who has coached will tell you the same. You miss the intensity but some things you miss a lot, some things you don’t miss. I enjoy the things I don’t miss too much…

‘But on the other hand, football games, winning football games, preparing the team for the game, and getting satisfaction and shared emotions. That is something that you miss.

‘So of course, yes. I was responsible from 33 years of age and I coached until 69 without interuption. And at a top level.

‘It’s 36 years without stopping. Even if I miss it, to get out of that pressure for a year was not too bad for me. People who know me well say I’m more relaxed – and it’s true.’

Wenger has not been in work in a coaching capacity since leaving Arsenal in 2018

Wenger has not been in work in a coaching capacity since leaving Arsenal in 2018

Wenger has not been in work in a coaching capacity since leaving Arsenal in 2018 

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Wenger spent 12 years at Arsenal where he won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup trophies.

Bayern are looking for a new head coach after sacking Niko Kovac was sacked in the aftermath of their 5-1 defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt.

 They are currently fourth in the Bundesliga, fourt points behind leaders Borussia Monchengladbach.  

 

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