- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants a move to Real Madrid should he leaves Arsenal
- The Frenchman has refused to talk on his future at the Emirates stadium
- His current contract will expire at the end of the ongoing Premier League season
Embattled Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly keen on a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid if he finally leaves the Emirates stadium at the end of the current League season.
Despite all the speculations that the Frenchman could retire from coaching at the end of the season, the former Monaco boss has explained that he will manage next season.
But there is uncertainty surrounding his future at Arsenal as Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri has told his friends and associates that he will replace Arsene Wenger at the Emirates at the end of this term.
Should Wenger end his 20-year tenure in charge of the Gunners, the Telegraph report that his preference would be the top job at Spanish club Real Madrid.
However, the chances of the 67-year-old landing that job would appear remote at best as current handler Zinedine Zidane has silenced the skeptics who thought wasn’t cut out to be a boss, and currently has the highest win rate, at 72.73%, of any Los Blancos gaffer in history.