Arsene Wenger has said he has ‘not retired’ although admitted he has retired temporarily as a coach/manager.
Arsene Wenger always maintained he would stay in management when he finally left Arsenal but here we are, over a year after he departed and he’s still without a club prompting some to ask if he’s retired.
“I’m not retired, I do a lot of things,” he told Var-Martin. “I am a retired temporary job coach and/or manager.
“I don’t know what will be the result, but I will continue to work and to stay in football.”
Wenger has spent his time travelling the globe, attending ceremonies, playing charity matches and sharing his expertise as a pundit.
Given he worked for over two decades non-stop at Arsenal, it’s hard to blame him.