Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is set to return to football with FIFA.
Wenger ended his 21-year stint in charge of the Gunners in May 2018 and has since kept himself busy with TV punditry work.
According to Goal, the 69-year-old is close to accepting a new job – with FIFA.
The Frenchman is believed to taking up a new technical role with football’s governing body, and he will be responsible for the work done by the recently departed Zvonimir Boban.
The Croatian quit his job as Deputy Secretary-General at FIFA in May to become Chief Football Officer at AC Milan, Football Tribune says.
Wenger’s experience within the game is viewed as a huge asset with today’s report stating FIFA are “keen to tap into his vast array of coaching expertise” to help continue developing future managers and players.
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