Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger turns down annual £30 million offer to manage in China

As per new reports, Arsenal manager,  Arsene Wenger has rejected a mammoth £30 million per year deal to manage in the Chinese Super League, despite the fact that he isn't sure of his future at Arsenal taking after fan dissents at the Emirates. 

Arsene Wenger, 67, has a £8 million a-year deal to manage Arsenal FC that runs till this late spring, and despite being unsure if his contract will be renewed or not due to unrest at the Emirates Stadium over the English club's trophy drought, many feel Wenger should have accepted the huge offer from CSL which will make him the highest earning coach.
This is twice what Pep Guardiola is hooked on at Manchester City... As it appears, it's not about the money for the 67-year-old and hopeful he'll reach out officially with his reasons for turning the huge offer down or reconsiders if he gets the boot at the North London club.

It's speculated Arsenal FC are discreetly considering replacement options for their legendary manager.

Wenger could yet remain on however, with the greater part of the potential successors battling at their present clubs. 

The main contender, Thomas Tuchel, has persevered through a baffling season at Germany's Borussia Dortmund. while Juventus manager, Max Allegri is undecided all alone future at a club on course for a 6th progressive Italian Serie A title.

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