I will never retire from football, admits Wenger

Arsene Wenger has admitted he could move into international management because he will NEVER retire.

Arsenal boss Wenger, 68, says he is determined to carry on in club management for as long as possible because he loves working with players on a daily basis.

But Wenger — who has been linked with France and England in the past — admits being a national boss is a possibility after he leaves Arsenal with his current deal due to expire in 2019.

Wenger, in an interview with beIN Sports, said: “Maybe one day I will do it at some stage but until now I like to be involved every day in the life of a club because the real test is there.

“Four or five weeks is a different experience, it’s more concentrated whereas the real test is to manage on a daily basis but I will not always have the physical strength to do that.

“Yes of course (I’d be tempted) because my life is linked with football and, depending on my physical state, but until the end of my life I will be on football.

Next Story
LATEST STORIES
Millions awaits Gor Mahia

League champions chase history in continental football

World Cup trophy lands on Monday

World Cup trophy lands on Monday

Defeat was blessing in disguise for Sofapaka

Defeat was blessing in disguise for Sofapaka

Kenyans out to protect turf

Kipsang to lead strong men’s line-up in Tokyo Marathon on Sunday

Kenyan football stars flaunt their expensive cars

Kenyan football stars flaunt their expensive cars

Jose Mourinho has a question for three Manchester United legends over ‘style of play’ comments

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has claimed its ‘stupid’ for some pundits to try to create a new ‘sport’ by suggesting that attacking players

More Stories
Millions awaits Gor Mahia

League champions chase history in continental football

World Cup trophy lands on Monday

World Cup trophy lands on Monday

Defeat was blessing in disguise for Sofapaka

Defeat was blessing in disguise for Sofapaka

Gor Mahia qualify for Caf Champions League first round

Kenyan Premier League Champions Gor Mahia secured their place in the Caf Champions League first round after a 1-1 stalemate with Leones Vegetarianos

Mourinho praises Pogba ‘replacement’ but blames medics on Ander Herrera’s injury

Jose Mourinho praised youngster Scott McTominay for his performance in his side’s goalless Champions League draw at Sevilla.

De Gea stars as ‘toothless’ Manu United battle for a draw against Sevilla

David de Gea added another heart-stopping save to his collection as his team held a highly-impressive Sevilla side to a 0-0 draw away from home.

Leopards exit Confederations Cup

Leopards exit Confederations Cup

Underdogs hold up to prevail against all odds

Drama as African rookies win Caf Confederation Cup ties

Manchester United star 'wants showdown talks' with Jose Mourinho

Manchester United star 'wants showdown talks' with Jose Mourinho

Here is the big Champions League match KTN will be broadcasting tonight

Here is the big Champions League match KTN Home Channel will be broadcasting tonight