Arsene Wenger will talk to Bayern Munich if they were interested in appointing him as head coach, although he insists there has not yet been any contact with the German giants.
Bayern are looking for a new boss following the sacking of Niko Kovac, with Hansi Flick taking charge of the 2-0 Champions League win over Olympiacos on Wednesday.
Wenger, out of work since leaving Arsenal in 2018, is the odds on favorite to replace Kovac.
Speaking in his role as a pundit beIN SPORTS, the 70 year old revealed he had come close to taking the job in the past and could not rule out the move.
”I’d never refuse to talk to Bayern Muchen because I have known the people who lead the club for 30 years” he said.