Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Arsenal Manager Wenger Turns Down China Offer

A few weeks ago Arsene Wenger revealed he still sees himself in a coaching role next season, at Arsenal or somewhere else.
It reportedly sparked interest from the far east as the coach is the next one to receive a big bid from China.

The Telegraph write that Wenger has turned down an astronomic bid coming from the Chinese Supeer League.

It would make him the highest paid manager in the world as he'd earn around £30m a year.

Arsene Wenger reportedly has a bid from Arsenal to, despite the fact that many fans want him to leave.

Owner Stan Kroenke wants him to stay right where he is and it's claimed he offered him a two-year deal.

If Wenger would've gone for the £30m-bid he would double the wages of the current best paid manager in the world, Manchester City's Pep Guardiola.

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