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Arsene Wenger Next Job Betting Odds - France a likely destination for Arsenal legend

PSG and Real Madrid also looking at former Gunners boss
Arsene Wenger has rarely been away from speculation since stepping aside as manager of Arsenal in 2018 (Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger took charge of the Gunners on 22 September 1996 and finally said goodbye at the end of the 2017-18 season. The French tactician was responsible for getting Arsenal back on top, notably guiding the Gunners to the 2003-04 FA Premier League title undefeated.

'The Invincibles' were first team ever to do so in a 38-game league season but it remained a high point many years later. Wenger was under constant speculation during his final years in charge and nothing has changed. 

Bookmaker Ladbrokes have been offering odds on his next destination since he stepped aside. France, Paris Saint-Germain, a Chinese Club, Real Madrid, an MLS Club and England have all emerged as possible destinations for the 69-year-old.

The Frenchman was the longest-serving manager in Arsenals history and one of the most successful. Wenger went desperately close to winning the UEFA Champions League but lost 2-1 to Barcelona after playing most of the match with 10 men.

Arsene Wenger Profile


Arsene Wenger was born on 22 October 1949 in Strasbourg, France. Had an uneventful playing career at AS Mutzig, Mulhouse, Vauban Strasbourg and RC Strasbourg Alsace before beginning his managerial career with Racing Strasbourg U19 in 1981.

A brief assistant manager position at AS Cannes was followed by head coach positions at AS Nancy-Lorraine, AS Monaco, Nagoya Grampus and Arsenal FC. Wenger won titles in three countries and was names World Manager of the Year in 1998.

ClubAppointedUntilPositionMatches
Arsenal FC Oct 1, 1996 Jun 30, 2018 Manager 1217
Nagoya Grampus Feb 1, 1995 Sep 30, 1996 Manager 88
AS Monaco Jul 1, 1987 Sep 17, 1994 Manager 289
AS Nancy-Lorraine Jul 1, 1984 Jun 30, 1987 Manager 24
AS Cannes Jul 1, 1983 Jun 30, 1984 Assistant Manager
Racing Strasbourg U19 Jul 1, 1981 Jun 30, 1982 Manager
Source: Ladbrokes

Arsene Wenger Next Job Betting Odds


France are the favourites at this stage with Wenger tipped to replace Didier Deschamps. Deschamps has done a great job in charge, winning the 2018 FIFA World Cup and might not be going anywhere soon. 

PSG are another possible destination as they desperately try to win the UEFA Champions League.China and MLS are other possible leagues where Wenger could get back into work while La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona are also in the mix. 

French clubs Monaco and Marseille are other clubs linked with Wenger as is the England national team.

Arsene Wenger Next JobOdds
France
4.50
Paris Saint-Germain
7.00
Any Chinese Club
8.00
Real Madrid
9.00
Any MLS Club
9.00
England
10.00
Monaco
11.00
Barcelona
11.00
Marseille
13.00

Arsene Wenger has a tremendous amount of knowledge but there is some concern that his methods may have been left behind. Younger managers like Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp are leading the way and Wenger might be perceived as yesterday’s man.

It’s not unreasonable that Arsene Wenger could join a big club as a technical or sporting director above a head coach. I think Wenger will hold out for an international team that requires less work and stress.

There will be many nations in need of an experienced manager before the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Arsene Wenger might be one of the top candidates.

Who is Arsene Wenger?

Arsene Wenger is a former French football manager. 

What clubs did Arsene Wenger manage?

Arsene Wenger managed AS Nancy-Lorraine, AS Monaco, Nagoya Grampus and Arsenal FC.

How many games did Arsene Wenger manage at Arsenal?

Arsene Wenger managed 1217 games at Arsenal.

How many Premier League titles did Arsene Wenger win?

Arsene Wenger won 3 Premier League titles at Arsenal in 1997/98, 2001/02 and 2003/04.

How many FA Cup titles did Arsene Wenger win?

Arsene Wenger won 7 FA Cups at Arsenal in 1997/98, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2004/05, 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2016/17.

Did Arsene Wenger win the UEFA Champions League?

No, Arsene Wenger guided Arsenal to the 2005/06 Champions League Final where they were beaten 2-1 by Barcelona.

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