Arsene Wenger has been lined up by the Switzerland national team to become their next manager
Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic has left his role to manage Ligue 1 club Bordeaux. Arsene Wenger has been reportedly lined up to become next manager for the Swiss nation.
The Swiss national team need an experienced manager who can guide the country through the World Cup qualifiers to reach the tournament in Qatar.
The French manager joined Arsenal in 1996. During his 22 year spell, he won three Premier League trophies, seven FA cups and helped the club move to the Emirates stadium.
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Since his departure from North London, Wenger has been linked with many clubs. However, he has decided to stay away from management.
Fans reacted to the the news as many are excited for his return to coaching. One of the Arsenal fan on Twitter said: “Highly excited for watching Arsene Wenger coach Switzerland in the world cup!”
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Switzerland would like to have a coach set in place before their World Cup qualifiers begin against Euro 2020 champions Italy in September.
Will Arsene Wenger make a comeback to the management? Yes or no, he is still one of the greatest managers in football history.