The Frenchman rules himself out England job, he thinks it belongs to a Englishman.
The Arsenal manager stated that there is been no contract from the England football association to check hat if he is available or not and he is interested or not for the post.
Martin Glenn FA executive chief thinks that the Frenchman would be the perfect fit but the 66 year old Frenchman intervening himself from the post.
Arsene Wenger whose 8m a year contract depart this summer, he says he want to be with the Gunners.
In an interview the Frenchman said that: "It's very important [that it's an Englishman].
"I've always said that England has a huge football passion and if tomorrow you have a game with France then it would be difficult [for me] not to sing the national anthem.
"It's logical. I thought they'd say I'm half English after being here for 20 years! It's better to have an Englishman.
"It would be difficult to manage another English club team. The national team is different. But my first priority has always been Arsenal.
For the next four game England has appointed an interim manager Southgate, if he fails to impress then they will try to sing someone else instead of him.
But this thing will allow the FA to move for the Frenchman in the summer, and he also did not reject the offer completely.
"There has been no contact," he said. "There is nothing really to add. Personally I want England to do well.
"I think Roy Hodgson was unlucky and Sam Allardyce, by his own admission, said he made a mistake.
"It was untenable because if he stayed in charge then at every press conference the subject would've come up again.