Are you talking about Real Madrid & Barcelona?
BeIN Sports have released a brand new interview with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger on Thursday.
In the interview, Wenger confirms that he’s turned down “all the biggest clubs in the world.”
Does that mean that Real Madrid and Barcelona tried to sign the Gunners boss?
Could that also include teams like PSG and Bayern Munich?
Arsene Wenger confirms contract offers
Sadly Wenger didn’t expand on which clubs have approached him about becoming their manager
Moreover, the Arsenal boss didn’t provide any timeframe for when these offers have been coming in.
Are fans to assume these offers are new? Or could they be far more historic, when Arsenal were in a far better shape than they are in today.
It’s worth noting that Wenger signed a two-year contract last summer.
Many are wondering whether Wenger will see out the full length of that deal. Alternatively, could Arsenal look to get a new manager in this summer instead?
EXCLUSIVE: "I said no to all the biggest clubs in the world."@Arsenal reportedly have an 'exit strategy' in place for Arsene Wenger this summer… but the Frenchman reveals he wants to honor the remainder of his 2-year deal.#AFC pic.twitter.com/DfFvy3KeEz
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Ostersunds vs Arsenal
The 2017/18 has not been kind to Arsenal.
The Gunners are currently 6th in the Premier League and are in the middle of their worst ever campaign under Arsene Wenger.
Last season, Arsenal failed to finish in the top four for the first time in Arsene Wenger’s reign in charge of the club.
Therefore, Arsenal have been competing in this season’s edition of the Europa League.
To the shock of many, Arsenal failed to go through the group stage of the competition, undefeated.
Arsenal’s poor away from continued in Germany and The Gunners were defeated 1-0 by the Bundesliga’s bottom club, FC Koln.
As for Ostersunds, they qualified second in their group behind Athletic Bilbao. The Swedish club lost just one match in Group J.