Arsene Wenger rubbishes links to AC Milan

Florence Fletcher
November 7, 2018

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is reportedly on the verge of returning to football as manager of AC Milan, taking over from Gennaro Gattuso.

The two parties have been negotiating throughout the last several weeks and seem eager to reach a final agreement.

Wenger will also have additional responsibilities in the inner workings of the club, alongside sporting director Leonardo.

"The only thing I can say is that it's fake news", Wenger said while on beIN Sports.

However, the UK Sun report claims the Tottenham boss has snubbed the move, citing issues bothering on behind-the-scenes happenings at the Santiago Bernabeu.

" If I signed somewhere I would tell you but that is wrong news".

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Wenger stepped down from his head coach role at Arsenal in the summer, ending a 22-year reign at the Emirates.

Wenger's denial has put an end to the speculation for the time being, but the 69-year-old has admitted recently that he plans to return to football in some capacity in the near future.

"I cannot master the rumours, I can only master what I do in my life".

"I don't need to tell you he's an incredible manager. I am well rested and ready to work again".

Wenger previously said he planned to make his return in January, but did not rule out taking up a boardroom role or coaching job with an global side.

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