Arsene Wenger says he has turned down Premier League offers

Arsene Wenger says hes turned down offers to handle in the Premier League because hestoo linked into Arsenal.
The Frenchman, who turns 70 this month, then abandoned his role as director of the Gunners at May 2018 after 22 years in the club.
He is yet to pick his next move, but told Sky Sports News it might have been in England.
Im an Arsenal person and following that I am a professional. I cant quit working, said Wenger.
I made a decision to move from the Premier League because I am too connected with Arsenal. I had opportunities but I turned them down.
I really dont want to tell you [which clubs] because there are people in charge and it would unfair to them.
Wenger guided Arsenal into the upper four of the Premier League — and also therefore the Champions League — for 20 consecutive seasons, but his reign in the Emirates ended after the Gunners finished fifth and sixth in his final two seasons responsible.
Wenger was keen to defend his record, stating:I know its common that people always desire more. We won a lot and we built the [Emirates] scene.
It is hard to explain today the situation in which we built the stadium because the turnovers now happen to be multiplied by five.
After we decided to construct the scene, we had a turnover of 90m and the scene was #430m. Then the stress is actually there and that I think to come out of the stage in a really healthy position was a tiny bit of a miracle.
The next move of wenger could see him accept a role with FIFA and depart management, and he also states he will decide whether to accept the job in the future.
Its chief of football development in the world and this decision will be made very soon, he explained. They search for people who have enormous experience and knowledge of the sport whove learned a lot
Wenger was speaking before the Nordoff Robbins Legends of Football gala dinner, where he was the receiver of the award of this year.
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