Arsene Wenger future is under extensive scrutiny, with his current contract expiring in the summer, although he has been offered a two-year expansion by the Gunners, yet his hesitant to consent to terms because of a potential fan backfire.
Speculations surrounding the Arsenal manager is Barcelona could offer an enticing escape route for the Frenchman, but Arsene Wenger put an end to the speculating theory on Thursday.
This comes after Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique affirmed he won’t be in control at the Nou Camp next season following Barca 6-1 mauling of Sporting Gijon on Wednesday night.
According to Skysports, when questioned maybe he would like taking over from Enrique, Wenger said: “No my preference has always been the same and will remain the same.
“I am not looking for jobs in other clubs or jobs for other people. I am just focused on me.”
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