It has been reported that former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will finally accept the job as the head coach of German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich in the coming year.
Arsene Wenger has been jobless since the beginning of the season having parted ways with the North London side at the end of last season after a 22-year reign at the club.
The Frenchman initially stated that he was going to seek rest away from football and will result to travelling and painting but that he could not do for so long as he stated that he was messing the job and needed to return.
However, he was reported to be approached by Bayern Munich but he turned down the offers with the report stating that he wanted to join the club as a board member and not a management duty on the pitch.
With Bayern suffering a bad fate under the reigns of Niko Kovac, it is believed that pressure was mounted on the former Gunners boss and he seems to have accepted to take up the job.
Wenger is arguably one of the most respected coaches that has managed at the club level and he is the most successful manager the Gunners have ever had.