Wenger: Managing a national team might be cool someday, I dunno

Wenger: Managing a national team might be cool someday, I dunno

However, much to everyone's surprise, the Frenchman was awarded a new two-year deal, taking his stay in North London to nearly 23 years if he sees out his contract.

However, Arsene Wenger reportedly still harbours ambitions of bringing the 22-year-old to the Emirates.

Wenger said he was determined to carry on in club management for as long as possible because he loves working with players on a daily basis.

The Frenchman failed in an attempt to take England global Sterling to the Emirates Stadium in the summer but wants to revisit a potential swap deal with Alexis Sanchez when the transfer window re-opens.

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Wenger's Arsenal has won the FA Cup in three of the last four seasons, but a failure to truly challenge for the Premier League title has seen many fans lose faith. "But until now I've liked to be involved every day in the life of a club, because the real test is there", he said. Arsenal is sixth in the Premier League table, last out of the top six clubs in English football, and may face a tough transfer window in the new year.

However, Wenger already appears to be making plans for his next job, telling beIN Sports that he could potentially transition into an global management role ahead of the 2022 WorldCup in Qatar.

The start to this campaign hasn't exactly gone to plan, though, with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil still yet to sign new contracts, and their current deals expiring next summer.

"I haven't decided that but it is a fact that my life is linked with football". I don't know in what kind a director, as a manager.

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