Wenger focuses on improving and ‘reinventing’ himself

      

Wenger focuses on improving and ‘reinventing’ himself

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Arsene Wenger has revealed that he is focused on getting to the next level amidst doubts over his Arsenal future and rumours linking him to Barcelona, Mirror reports.

The Spanish giants have decided to part ways with their current manager Luis Enrique as Wenger is yet to renew his contract with Arsenal which runs out in the summer.

Le Professor has been under enormous pressure after consistent failures to challenge for the title and reach the semi-finals in the Champions League. Wenger, however, reveals his commitment to Arsenal is unshakeable.

“My preference has always been Arsenal but I am objective enough to make the right decision for myself and the club itself.” he said. “I am just focusing on getting to the next level and try to improve.

“Competent managers always try to get better, to reinvent themselves. I’ve been here 20 years, and many times had opportunity to leave.”

Wenger refused a 30 million offer from China to become the highest-paid manager in football earlier in the month.

 

 

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