Arsene Wenger remains out of a job since leaving Arsenal in May 2018.
The Gunners legend has admitted on numerous occasions that he’s keen to return to the game, for the right opportunity.
Wenger has revealed he was targeted by several Premier League clubs since leaving north London.
The Frenchman has refused to nam them, but insisted that he turned them down because he is ‘too linked with Arsenal’.
The boss also revealed if he was to manage again then it would be outside of England.
As reported by Sky Sports, Wenger said: ‘I’m an Arsenal man and after that I’m a professional. I can’t stop working.
‘I decided to move out of the Premier League because I am too linked with Arsenal. I had opportunities to work in England but I turned them down.
‘I don’t want to tell you (which clubs) because there are people in charge and it would unfair to them.’
After 22 years at the helm of Arsenal, the Frenchman called time on his tenure in May 2018.
Wenger left as Arsenal’s most successful managers – recording three Premier League titles, including an unbeaten season and a record seven FA Cups.