Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has revealed that he turn down the chance to coach Real Madrid several times before he retired from coaching.
Arsene Wenger who managed Arsenal for more than two decades, leading the club to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups, said he couldn’t take the Madrid job because of the project he had at Arsenal.
“I turned Real Madrid down more than once but now I must say it’s over for me.
“I feel if you ask any manager in the world: “Are you interested?” and everybody would say: “Yes!”. It’s the biggest club in the world.
“We live always to our values. It was in the middle of a process.
“We rebuilt the stadium, we had to pay it back, I guaranteed I would stay and I’m quite happy with my decision,’ Wenger told beIN SPORTS.