Arsene Wenger could remain in the Premier League after leaving Arsenal as Everton try to convince the Frenchman to move to Goodison Park, according to reports. The 68-year-old announced this season would be his final campaign in charge of the Gunners and was given a fitting send-off in his final match at the Emirates against Burnley on Sunday. Wenger is still thought to be keen on staying in management, and has been inundated with offers both to continue coaching and sporting director roles.
Although wary of staying in the Premier League and having to face his beloved Arsenal, the Daily Star say he is being lined up to replace Sam Allardyce at Everton. David Dein, a close friend of Wenger who was responsible for bring him to Highbury from Japan, is acting as an intermediary in talks.