Thursday, 2 March 2017

I'm not looking for other jobs' - Arsenal boss Wenger plays down Barcelona talk

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has sought to distance himself from reports suggesting that he could be a contender to succeed Luis Enrique at Barcelona.
A managerial vacancy at Camp Nou will open up this summer, with Enrique announcing on Wednesday that he is to stand down at Barca.
His future had been the subject of intense speculation in much the same way Wenger’s has been at Emirates Stadium this season.
The Frenchman's current contract expire at Arsenal will expire at the end of the 2016-17 campaign, with no extension agreed as yet.
A failure to push Arsenal back into title contention, while enduring a 5-1 humbling away at Bayern Munich in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie, has sparked talk of an imminent exit.
Wenger, though, has always maintained that his preference is to remain in north London, and that stance has not wavered despite the Barca links.
He said on Thursday when pressed on the latest rumours: “No, my preference [staying at Arsenal] is always the same, it will remain the same.
“I am not looking for jobs at other clubs or jobs of other people. I am just focusing on getting to the next level and try to improve.“Competent managers always try to get better, to reinvent themselves.”


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