It’s logical that the position of the Barcelona coach is now vacant in the minds of supporters. After Luis Enrique announced on Wednesday that he will step down from his role at the end of the season in order to take a break, Arsene Wenger says he has no interest in taking over from Luis Enrique.
Arsene Wenger wasn’t sure about his future as Arsenal manager either. Wenger has been with Arsenal for 20 years and would have to make a decision about going forward with the club soon. He reaffimed that he would prefer to remain at Emirates Stadium and he’s not interested in the job at Camp Nou, “No, my preference has always been the same and will remain the same.
“Of course I am not looking for jobs in other clubs or jobs off other people.
“I am focused on me, getting to the next level and trying to improve and always trying to see what you can do better and reinvent yourself and that’s what I try to do. That’s basically it.”
Wenger’s position is currently under scrutiny after Arsenal lost Premier League title race and lost to 5-1 at Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie.
“I have been here for 20 years and I had many times the opportunity to leave so I don’t think I have to convince you that my preference has always been Arsenal,” he told a press conference at Arsenal’s training base.
“But of course I am objective and lucid enough to make the right decision for myself and the club as well. The club is free to make the decision it wants and I will respect that.”