French League outfit Paris Saint-Germain have shown interest in hiring the outgoing Gunners manager, but as a general manager of the club as reported by Jonathan Johnson for ESPN FC, while Borussia Dortmund could be searching for a new manager in the summer.
Mourinho's men have been impressive at Old Trafford this season, winning 13 of their 17 games played, letting in just eight goals - the only side in the league yet to go into double figures of goals conceded at home - keeping 11 clean sheets. But, if the question is as simple as: "Are you ready to manage any teams in Europe?", then I would say: "Yes".
He said: "I think it is hard with the way he has been treated".
"I know what people are saying, and I'm really happy about that", the three time Premier League victor told The Times.
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"It's an honour to be mentioned with Arsenal". The 68-year-old's claim that he wants another top job will undoubtedly fuel rumours that have seen him linked with moves to Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco and even the France national team.
The Red Devils have defeated Chelsea, Liverpool and newly-crowned champions Manchester City in the Premier League this year and will go all out to add Arsenal on their list.
Vieira represented Arsenal on 383 occasions, and won three Premier League titles with the club and three FA Cups. "I think his future is as bright as he wants it to be, so I hope he takes the positivity out of all the great experiences he's had". I do understand that fans can get frustrated but they forget about yesterday.
Wenger reportedly turned down a £30 million-per-year deal from an unnamed Chinese club in February 2017 before signing a new two-year deal with Arsenal, per Matt Law for the Telegraph. Maybe when you have a big ego at 40, you think the world can not live without you. Sometimes fans forget that. Personally, I would have loved to seen Costa getting pocketed by Shkodran Mustafi again, but we will have to do without. "[But] I've had no break [from football management] for 35 years".
As he chases one final piece of silverware as Arsenal manager, it's up to Wenger to find the right balance.