Wenger Reveals Plans For Life After Arsenal, Insists He Is Not Retiring From Football

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has said he will take at least one month off after the season, to decide what he will do next.

Arsene Wenger

Wenger will leave the Gunners after 22 years in charge, but insists he will not retire from football.

“I have decided to take a little distance for four or five weeks before I make a decision.

“I need to move away a little bit to take perspective on my situation and analyse it in the most objective way possible, even if it is not easy.
“I will then decide where I go from there,” the Frenchman told Sky Sports.

With the end of his reign in sight, Wenger admitted it will take some time getting used to life away from the club.

“It is strange for me because for 22 years I have had 1,200 games or something like that for Arsenal Football Club,” he said.

“It’s not 50, it’s 1,200 and every time you prepare the team you are tense. It’s a complete part of your life, it’s more than part of your life, it is your life. Arsenal was my life and so of course it is special.”

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