Arsene Wenger is considering taking up worldwide management after leaving Arsenal which could see him lead a nation to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, according to reports. "If I am free one day why not, but at the moment my focus is on my job".
Some fans at the Emirates Stadium wanted to see the 2016/17 season be Wenger's last after failing to qualify for the Champions League, but the Frenchman signed a new two-year deal.
The same attributes though have caught the attention of Arsene Wenger who has a similar philosophy to Guardiola.
However, Wenger already appears to be making plans for his next job, telling beIN Sports that he could potentially transition into an global management role ahead of the 2022 WorldCup in Qatar.
Wenger said he was determined to carry on in club management for as long as possible because he loves working with players on a daily basis.
He said: "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".
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As for Sanchez, we remain unconvinced Wenger would sell him mid-way through such a critical season to a league rival.
Arsenal are now sixth in the table, 12 points behind leaders Manchester City, and face Tottenham in a massive north London derby this weekend. Four or five weeks [in a tournament] is a different experience, it is more concentrated.
This season, not much has changed.
"But until the end of my life, I will be in football".
His current contract expires in the summer of 2020 and CEO Ferran Soriano and Sporting Director Tixiki Begiristain are keen to tie him down after wrapping up deals for David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne.