The France football manager and former player Arsène Wenger, who is currently managing the Premier League giant Arsenal, has recently admitted that no matter what happens, he will manage next season whether that is Arsenal or somewhere else.
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The 67-year-old France man has been with the Arsenal for 21 years, and with his contract due to expire at the end of the present 2016-17 campaign and no new deal is yet in place to guarantee his future with the London side, which is making clear that may be this is the end of Arsene Wenger era at Arsenal.
But the France man Wenger, who has won three Premier League titles with Arsenal insisted on Friday that he will not retire and no matter what happens, he will manage next season whether that is Arsenal or somewhere else, but Wenger also admits that he care for his current club and its future, so he believes is important to be in safe hands, as Wenger did not confirm he will remain in his current post next season.
In an interview Arsene Wenger said, “No matter what happens, I will manage next season whether that is here or somewhere else,"
"It is important for the club to make the right decision for the future. I have not worked here for 20 years not to care.”
"I had many opportunities to go somewhere else but I care for this club and its future. It is important to be in safe hands."