"Yes, it looks like it", Wenger told Bild.
'I don't know yet [where I'm headed].
"I believe [I will] start again on 1 January".
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will return to management at the start of 2019.
'Thanks to my 22 years at Arsenal, I have big experience on different levels.
The Frenchman ended his 22-year stint as Arsenal manager at the end of last season but stressed how he did not fancy retiring from the game altogether.
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But the data reported Tuesday represents "a substantially larger number than in previous months this year", Messonnier said. Fall 2018 represents the third surge of AFM cases, which seem to spike in late summer and early fall, as Buzzfeed notes.
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Not long after Morgan tweeted a picture of a mesmerised Meghan looking at Prince Harry with the caption: "Once an actress". Prince Harry and Meghan abandoned their strict schedule and instead spent 25 minutes meeting royal fans.
The veteran coach recently admitted he has received "enquiries from all over the world" as he plans a return in January. Wenger won three Premier League titles at Arsenal but his final years at the north London club were more turbulent.
He added: "When we were given the free-kick, my eyes lit up and I knew it was time".
Wenger spent a year in Japan with Nagoya Grampus Eight before his move to Arsenal.
Wenger also spoke out on Arsenal star Mesut Ozil's decision to stand down from global duty after claiming to have been the victim of racism.
He said: "I believe that Germany needs Özil. I hope that (manager) Joachim Low can convince him that he will come back", Wenger said.
In July, Turkish-German footballer Mesut Ozil quit the national team, citing racial discrimination. Given the flaw's that Arsenal sides of recent years have shown in recent years, it is likely that he will take up a directorial role with a club, or a coaching role in the world of worldwide football.
"I always thought his relationship with Nasser Al-Khelaifi was good and thought he would end up there".