Ligue 1 leaders want Emirates Stadium manager.
Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain will make Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger an offer they hope he won’t refuse this summer as the French big spenders look to install the Gunners man as there next manager.
Wenger stated in an interview with L’Equipe that he may bring his long reign at Arsenal to an end at the close of the current campaign and this has led to much speculation about the 62 year old’s future.
Having been Arsenal manager for over 15 years but after six seasons without any silverware there has been growing speculation that the former Monaco boss will be moving on and an offer from his native France may well prove too tempting to turn down, not least as PSG are now bankrolled by Qatari investors keen to put the Les Rouge-et-Bleu back on the footballing map almost two decades on from their last domestic title triumph.
Brazilian Leonardo acts as director of football at the Parc des Prince and Antoine Kombouaré is currently in situ as PSG boss but many believe that the club’s new owners want to make a high profile managerial appointment to help in the club’s progression and they see Wenger as the ideal man for the job.
PSG are currently top of Ligue 1 on goal difference after a good start to the season. The Parisians spent over £85m on new players over the summer bringing in big names players like Javier Pastore, Kevin Gameiro, Jeremy Menez, Momo Sissoko and Diego Lugano to help the club secure a return to the Champions League at the very least.
Arsene Wenger has also been linked with interest from Real Madrid but a move to France may be a more likely one for the Arsenal veteran.