Published On: Wed, May 1st, 2013

Arsenal man off PSG’s transfer list

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is no longer a target for big-spending French side Paris Saint-Germain, according to the Sun.

PSG had hoped to lure the Frenchman to Paris before his current deal at the Emirates ends in 2014.


Wenger has sustained his belief that he will never break a contract, which means if he was to leave it would be if and when his contract runs out.

The Sun have said that Arsenal sources insist that next year is not an option year for the 63-year-old and will be obligated to fulfil his commitment until 2014.

Former Arsenal defender Remi Grade has told the media that he believes Wenger will stay at the Emirates, “maybe his principles have changed with time but I’m more inclined to think that he will finish his contract.”

Other Targets

Wenger looks to be staying at Arsenal for the time being, which has led to PSG to search for new prospects for the managerial post.

PSG might become a part of the managerial merry-go-round; as current PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti is linked to replace Mourinho at Real Madrid, who is looking likely to be heading to Chelsea.

Ancelotti has activated a one year extension after guiding the club to the Champions League next season, which means Real Madrid, will have to pay compensation to earn the Italian’s services.



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