Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has now revealed that he was offered the chance to manage Manchester United. Wenger left Arsenal in 2018 having spent 22 years in charge of the Gunners.
He added: “Sometimes I wonder – was something broken after that Invincible season? 2007 was a decisive point. It was the first time I could feel there were tensions inside the board. I was torn between being loyal to the club and being loyal to David [Dein]. I still today wonder if I did the right thing because life was never exactly the same after. I thought, ‘I have now to go to the end of this project.'”Amazon prime are set to release a documentary on the Frenchman titled Arsene Wenger: Invincible later this week.
That said, Wenger was heavily criticised by the Arsenal fans towards the end of his tenure because of his failure to challenge for the Premier League title. The Frenchman however did exceptionally well to keep the Gunners in the Champions league consistently despite limited resources and he also ensured that the Londoners won multiple domestic cups.