Following Niko Kovac’s sack on Sunday as the coach for Bayern Munich due to the 5-1 defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt, reports have that Arsene Wenger will likely fill the spot.
Arsene Wenger has however debunked the reports adding that he had discussed zilch with the German club management.
Wenger who is Arsenal’s former coach is arguably the most successful and longest-serving person to coach the team. He bagged three Premier League titles, seven FA Cups and seven Community Shields between 1996 and 2018 until Unai Emery took over.
Asked if there was a possibility he would be leading the team, he said: “I never refuse to talk to Bayern Munich because I know these people who lead the club for 30 years.
“I was nearly going to Bayern a long, long time ago. At the moment, I haven’t talked to them at all.
“We have not talked to each other and I don’t know [if we will].”
With Borussia Mönchengladbach taking first place in the Bundesliga, Bayern are currently in fourth place.