Arsenal's legendary former manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he had a chance to take the Manchester United job… but refused to say when.
The Gunners icon also had talks with some of Europe's other big clubs – including Juventus, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
And when French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain were mentioned in Wenger's interview with the Times, he said: “I was offered that job a few times.”
The 70-year-old also had the chance to manage the French national team but asked whether he was offered the Man Utd job as well, he responded: “Yes.”
But he refused to be pressed on exactly when he was offered the chance to take charge.
He said: “I don’t tell you that.
“But I can tell you Man Utd offered me the job but I don’t tell you when.”
The former Monaco and Nancy boss is currently Fifa's head of global football development.
Wenger was in charge of the Gunners for 22 years, during which time he won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup crowns.
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