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After extreme 22 years as an Arsenal manager stopped the French Arsene Wenger at the club last summer.
Since then he has been rumored to trænerjobbet in AC Milan and has also haunted the home of Paris SG.
But now the New York Times reveal what Wenger's new job will be.
The 69-year-old frenchman has agreed with FIFA to become their technical director, but the official title is not in place, writes the newspaper.
Among the tasks included, among other things, that he should propose improvements of the trænernes working conditions and must also come with suggestions on how you can directly affect how the game is played.
- An official announcement of his hiring could be announced within the next few days, writes the newspaper.
How it looked, as Arsene Wenger said good-bye in may 2018. Photos: Matthew Childs/Ritzau SCanpix
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the Job falls nicely in line with what Wenger said back in may.
- In come to see me back in football soon, but I don't know if it will be as a manager. I find that I want to share what I have learned myself in life.
- Football is still my passion, and I come back soon, but I can not tell exactly in what way, said Wenger at the time.
FIFA has been on the hunt for big respected names for the job, since the former Dutch topangriber Marco van remain the last team left the job in October, just as the Croatian midtbanelegende Zvonimir Boban left the job as deputy secretary in June.
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