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​Ex-Arsenal manager Wenger considers international management

Arsene Wenger is already busy plotting his next moves in football.

The Arsenal legend left the club after a 22-year tenure, replaced by Spaniard Unai Emery.

Wenger spent the World Cup as a pundit. Now he will have to decide what he does next in football.

In an interview with French outfit RTL, Wenger talked about the allure of international management at this point in his career.

"Yes, I've had the opportunity numerous times to be France manager. I'm not sure if it was before or after Domenech," Wenger said in the interview.

"Maybe both… I've always been more interested in the day-to-day aspect of management. I find it much more stimulating.

"It is a question I've been asking myself, if I should become a national team manager. A national team manager takes charge of ten games per year. In a club, you take charge of 60. My drug is the next match, so…"

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