Arsene Wenger has revealed his desire to return to management after admitting he misses the ‘intensity of competition’.
The former Arsenal manager has been without a club since bringing an end to his 22-year reign in North London in 2018, with the 69-year-old having rejected several offers to return to the game since announcing his departure from the Emirates.
The Frenchman has now revealed he is ready to return to the game after a sustained break, admitting he is open to the possibility of returning to the dugout.
“I cannot live today with the fact I will never be on the bench again. I might go for an intermediate position,” Wenger told BeIN Sports.
“What I want for sure is to share what I know and what I’ve learned as much as I can. I would like to experience for one last time the intensity of competition.
“I had a reluctance to go back into the heat again but it was difficult to say no to some people.”