Connect with us


Former Arsenal coach lands new job



Arsene Wenger

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been reported to have picked up a job with the world football governing body FIFA.

The French man left the Emirates Stadium at the end of last season after a 22-year reign at the club and he has since been jobless.

Arsene Wenger who was replaced by Unai Emery at the Emirates Stadium has been linked with moves for jobs at AC Milan, PSG, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich but none of them have worked out with expectations that there could be a new move at the end of the season.

However, the expected return of the former Arsenal manager to football management may not be anytime soon as it has been reported that he will become the Head of Technical Development at FIFA.

This is a major step of his temporal job as a pundit as he will now move to the football headquarters where he would indirectly serve as a special adviser to the FIFA president Gianni Infantino.

It is claimed that Arsene Wenger had turned down the opportunity to join French Ligue 1 outfit PSG.

However, there are fears that the 69-year-old might not return again as a football manager owing to his age and the period of time he would be with FIFA.