Deal Dusted: Arsene Wenger gets big offer
The emerging report reveals that former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was again handed the opportunity of picking up his first job after leaving the Emirates Stadium at the end of last season.
The Frenchman had a 22-year spell at the Emirates Stadium before he was made to make way and was immediately replaced by Spanish manager Unai Emery from the French Ligue 1 outfit PSG.
Arsene Wenger has refused to pick up any job with reports that he has been handed a number of offers but rejected it as he insisted on wanting to enjoy his 1-year break away from football to focus on enjoying his travels and painting.
However, it is reported that the French Ligue 1 outfit Lyon are keen to have him as their managing director ahead of the coming summer window.
Although it is said that talks have been concluded and he had rejected the bid for reasons that were not explained to the public.
Meanwhile, French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain are also reported to be seeking a move for the former Arsenal boss but he seems not to be ready for it.
The Gunners team has since moved on with new Spanish boss Unai Emery who is also struggling to make an impact.