Emirates Stadium manager linked with return to former club.
AS Monaco will look to tempt Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger into leaving the Emirates Stadium for a return to manage the principality club this summer according to the Daily Mail.
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The Ligue 1 big spenders will offer a deal that would be the equivalent of a £22m a year deal with a staggering contract worth £12.4m after tax, some three times the current salary he enjoys at Arsenal.
Monaco are set to sack Claudio Ranieri despite his leading the club back to the top tier and helping the Stade Louis II side to second place in Ligue 1 and a Champions League berth for next term.
Wenger’s Gunners contract is set to expire and the 64 year old could be interested in a move to Monaco, who he managed from 1987 to 1994, helping the club to a Ligue 1 title in the process.
Arsene Wenger has come in for a lot of criticism in recent months following Arsenal’s Premier League title challenge stuttering to a halt though the north London club do look set to end their lengthy silverware drought with an FA Cup final clash with Hull City likely to bring an end to eight seasons without a trophy.