Arsene Wenger turns down a huge offer to stay at Arsenal
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has turned down a £30m a year record offer from China on Tuesday to stay at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger has turned down a huge £30m a year record offer from a Chinese Super League club which would have made him the highest-paid manager in the world.
He has shown his love towards Arsenal by turning down a record £30m a year offer which most managers dream of.Sources reveal that an unnamed Club was ready to pay him twice his current salary.
The contract would have made the 67-year-old French manager the highest paid manager in the world but Wenger was not interested in joining Chinese Super League.Wenger’s condition at Arsenal is not good as the fans are not happy with the manager and are asking for a replacement.
Rumours are spreading that Arsenal is set to replace Wenger but Wenger has insisted that he is not ready to retire and will be in management next season, this has attracted interest from many clubs including those rich Chinese clubs.
Arsene Wenger has not signed a contract extension yet but has a two-and-a-half year contract extension on the table.Sources reveal that Wenger is preferring to stay in Europe and is not interested in a move towards the far East.