Arsene Wenger cools talk of Barcelona job following Lui

Arsene Wenger cools talk of Barcelona job following Luis Enrique announcement

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Arsene Wenger says he's not interested in managing other clubs but is yet to make a decision on his Arsenal future.

B Barcelona head coach Enrique announced he will not be in charge at the Nou Camp next season following his side's 6-1 win over Sporting Gijon on Wednesday night.


Wenger has confirmed he will be working as a manager next season whether it is at Arsenal or elsewhere and admitted in February he would like to stay at the Emirates.

Luis Enrique has announced he will step down from his position as Barcelona head coach at the end of the season.

He sad that he do not look the job, he is focused only getting to the next level.

Wenger has previously declared he would make a decision on whether he would remain at Arsenal in March or April, and that he could yet manage for at least four more years.

However, the Gunners boss reclaim he has not made his mind up yet and batted away questions on whether he was close to a decision.

"Look I think there is no need to come back on that at the moment," he said.

Wenger's future came under fire when Arsenal was beaten 5-1 in the Champions League by Bayern Munich on the week ago.

Enrique's decision to announce his Barcelona exit halfway through the season came as a surprise, but Wenger believes these types of public notes can be beneficial.

Asked if Enrique's early announcement would have a negative impact, Wenger said: not really, I believe that the players have their own riflescopes, the team targets, I don't think that can be detrimental, it can be positive as well.

Wenger has already turned down a lucrative offer from China, according to several newspapers, but the Gunners boss would not be drawn on the reports at his pre-match press briefing on Thursday morning.

Several first-team regulars look set to come back into the side for their return to Premier League action this weekend, but Wenger claims his players do not owe him anything.


They owe themselves a performance, you know," he said. These are quality players. Everything went against us. We were 1-1 at half-time and in the second half, everything went against us.

We responded at Sutton and we want to respond again. After that, we have an opportunity to show Bayern that we can cause them problems."

Wait and see what will happen next. 



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