Wenger move to Madrid looks a Real possibility

I'm sure many of you have seen or heard the rumours today that Arsene Wenger may well be on his way to Spanish giants Real Madrid after it was claimed the two parties have been in contact.

The Frenchman has, in recent weeks, come if for some criticism from a small minority of Gunners fans for the side's poor display on the domestic front this campaign which sees them sit a massive 18 points behind Champions Manchester United at the top of the Premier League table.

Pundits and fans alike have begun to question Wenger's youth policy, which has, in the past, served him so well, however no silverware in four years tells it's own story and many now believe it's time Wenger ditched that policy in order to win more silverware.

When asked his opinion on Florentino Pérez (the man who is widely tipped to be elected president at Real Madrid this summer), Wenger replied : "With Florentino Pérez in charge, the project he has put forward would be ­interesting for any coach but I would prefer not to comment on this."

Despite the fact Wenger says he would prefer not to comment on this, I think he just has. Never have we heard Wenger talk so openly about the possibility of joining another club and I really don't know what's going to happen. I could understand why he would want to leave Arsenal, after spending 13 years in North London, he may just feel he needs a fresh start and where better to start fresh than one of the biggest clubs in the world, Real Madrid.

What do you think? Who will Wenger be in charge of next season? Comments below please.

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  1. Chris said,

    this is gonna be the story every summer...yawwwwn am bored

    on 1:29 a.m.