Arsene Wenger gives cryptic response to questions on managerial future
It seems unimaginable to see Arsene Wenger in the dugout of any club other than Arsenal.
The Frenchman has spent two decades and more than 1,000 games in charge in North London, but rumours about his future will not go away.
Speaking to Le Parisien, the 66-year-old admitted it would be "difficult" to see himself elsewhere, but that he will "see what happens" when his Arsenal contract expires in 2017.
In the interview, which has been translated by Get French Football, the former Monaco boss owned up to being in "friendly contact" with Paris Saint-Germain's owners, but seemed to pour cold water on links with the Ligue 1 leaders.
It is always a pleasure to run into Laurent Blanc and Nasser [PSG's manager and president respectively]," Wenger said.
"I am very happy that their club is getting good results."