Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he’s finding it hard to consider the concept of never sitting on the seat following his departure in the Emirates Stadium this past year.
After winning seven FA Cups and three Premier League titles during nearly 22 years at the club the Frenchman left North London in 2018.
The Gunners boss has said he want to come back to a role.
Considering leaving the Premier League side above one year 21, wenger has been linked with coaching and management jobs across Europe.
„I can’t live with the reality that I’ll not be on the seat again,“ he told beIN Sports.
„I might go to get a intermediate position. I would love to experience yet another time the intensity of a competition.“
Even the conceded that it has been hard adjusting to life after departing Arsenal, in which he mimicked 1216 games.
„I never believed I could live without Arsenal, being thrown together with the golf club,“ he explained.
„I had to choose a distance by being optimistic.
„Occasionally you could develop into a bit bitter since you don’t have the same excitement anymore and I’m really happy to have survived that in a really positive way.
„I am pleased to have being seen like a baby that has evolved from a distance“