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27/11/2018 - 12:44 BST

Claim From Germany: Bayern Munich Not In Touch With Former Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger

 




Bayern Munich are in not in contact with Arsene Wenger about the possibility of the former Arsenal manager replacing Niko Kovac at the Allianz Arena.

The German champions are nine points behind league leaders Borussia Dortmund at the moment and Kovac is believed to be close to losing his job at the club.




Bayern Munich are believed to be working to identify a suitable replacement and it had been claimed Wenger is in the running to become the next coach with the Bavarians.

Wenger, who left Arsenal at the end of last season after 22 years, is reportedly one of the favourites amongst the Bayern Munich board members, who want an experienced coach.

 


But it seems there is very little to the speculation as according to Sky Deutschland, Bayern Munich are not in touch with the Frenchman about the coach’s job.

It has also been claimed that the 69-year-old himself is not looking for a coaching job, but could make an exception if he receives an offer from a big club.


Wenger has revealed that he is ready to return to football and it seems he is keener on a backroom role for his next job.

The Frenchman is being eyed by Paris Saint-Germain as their next possible director of football.