Arsene Wenger confirms return to football management in January

Florence Fletcher
November 1, 2018

Frenchman Arsene Wenger says he will be back in management at the start of 2019, but he does not know where yet.

Wenger has been touted as a possible target for Madrid, who are seeking a new head coach following the sacking of Julen Lopetegui earlier this week. "Overall I don't know what I will do next year, but I will be back in football and back in sport".

"I have had a good rest and watched football a lot".

"This red card to Matteo affected the balance more for them and their goal also, we can and we need to continue our work to the last minute with our performance and our players to win today".

Gunners boss Unai Emery saw his side's eleven game winning streak ended at the weekend as Crystal Palace held the Spaniard's side to a draw.

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"For me, he worked very well", Emery told Sky Sports.

The Gunners are now four points off top spot in the Premier League and, asked by talkSPORT if they could win it, Wenger replied "Why not?"

Wenger, in a separate interview with talkSPORT radio, was asked if Arsenal could win the Premier League this season, having last been crowned champions of England under him in the 2003/04campaign.

"When you look at our last season, at home we had a championship run because we won 15 games, with two draws and two defeats, it was away from home where we were not good enough. They have a chance - but at the moment we have some other teams who look very strong as well".

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