Arsene Wenger opens door to worldwide management after Arsenal

Arsene Wenger opens door to worldwide management after Arsenal

"The referee had an absolutely atrocious input to the result of the game", the 68-year-old added.

In a sit-down interview with beIN Sports, Wenger played down City's ability at home while missing his chance to apologise to Raheem Sterling and instead shifting his perspective on Sterling's so-called dive.

When asked about the possibility of moving into worldwide management, Wenger told beIn Sports: "Maybe yes I will do it at some stage but until now I like to be involved every day in the life of a club because the real test is there". In the end, I will only win individual awards if I win something with City.

Speaking to beIN Sports, Wenger, who has been linked with the England job in the past, admitted an global job may well suit him as he gets older.

"The real test is there".

And he's still very much enjoying life in club management.

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"As long as possible as a manager, but one day that will stop".

Wenger was up there among the bookies favourites when Roy Hodgson resigned in the wake of England's exit at Euro 2016, but he eventually chose to stay in club football.

Hes clearly loving it still...

"The power of the Premier League means every team has a lot of money and every team has a lot of quality players, so I think one day or another you will face a team who find a system to beat you, or they have a better day".

"I didn't say that in a negative way, I said he used the fact he was in front of our defender [Monreal] to dive and he dived. In what way will be linked with my physical state".

The FA's decision not to sanction Wenger for those comments came as a surprise, as other managers have faced repercussions for less.