Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is one of the longest serving managers in European football but he has had no shortage of offers from rival clubs according to the Telegraph [via L’Equipe].
Per the source, Wenger rejected three offers to take over PSG in 2011, 2013 and 2014.
Wenger will take on PSG in his opening Champions League group stage clash tomorrow and revealed to the press why he has refused to leave Arsenal on several occasions.
“Because I love where I am,” Wenger said.
“I know well the owners [at PSG], but I feel always I remained loyal to Arsenal Football Club because I think it’s a club that has the qualities I love. And, that’s why.”
The source also claims that Wenger has turned down approaches to manage England, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester City and the France national team.
Despite showing his loyalty to Arsenal, Wenger is a currently a divisive figure among the fans. A section of the Gunners fanbase want fresh blood while separate groups want him to stay on.
Wenger has not won a Champions League title with Arsenal and the Premier League has eluded him for over a decade now.
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