Gunners boss plays down return to Monte Carlo.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has denied that he is set to take over the reins at Monaco this summer following a disappointing season in north London, according to Inside Futbol.
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Wenger’s men wrapped up the season with a 2-0 victory over Norwich City, ending their campaign with 79 points from 38 games to finish in fourth spot, securing Champions League football in the process.
The Frenchman’s contract at Arsenal expires in the summer and though he has vowed to sign an extension, there has still been speculation of a move, with Monaco particularly keen.
However, Wenger moved to deny that he would be making a return to the Stade Louis II, where he used to manage between 1987-1994.
When asked if he will still be in the dugout at the Emirates next season, to which he replied: “Yes. I wish Monaco well, but there is no interest there.”
Wenger will now turn his attentions to ending the club’s trophy drought next week when they take on Hull City in the FA Cup final at Wembley.
Monaco, meanwhile, finished their campaign in second place in Ligue 1.
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