Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he is planning on returning to football but he is not sure if that will be in football management.
The 69-year-old, who left the Gunners after 22 years, said he would return to the sports, although he is unsure in just what capacity.
Speaking in an interview with the Guardian, Wenger said he would have to make a decision on what kind of position he wants for his first job away from the red side of North London.
Wenger said: “I will go back into football, for sure.
“In what position I don’t know, whether that is as a manager or not. The appetite, the desire, is still there.”
“Originally I said I want to manage straight away again. After that I thought maybe I take a little distance,” he said.
“I came to the conclusion that I want to share what I learned in my life. Because life is only useful if at some stage you share what you know. In what way will it be, will it be just winning football games or in another way? That’s what I have to decide. That decision will come very quickly.
“Football is still my passion. That’s the only thing I have a little bit of a feeling I know a little bit about.”
Arsene Wenger led Arsenal to three Premier League titles, with the most recent being the famous Invincible season in 2003-04.
The Gunners also claimed seven FA Cups during his tenure as well as seven Community Shields.