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Arsenal Reportedly Made Contract Offer to Thomas Tuchel to Replace Arsene Wenger

20 March 2017, 05:03 | Joan Schultz

Arsenal Reportedly Made Contract Offer to Thomas Tuchel to Replace Arsene Wenger

Arsenal Reportedly Made Contract Offer to Thomas Tuchel to Replace Arsene Wenger

Tuchel has often been mentioned as a candidate to replace Wenger, whose contract expires at the end of the season.

Despite his success in Germany, the Premier League club are firmly denying the rumours and remain adamant that a mutual decision between Wenger and the club will be made soon.

With almost 200 games under his belt and a reputation for attractive football, he moved to Dortmund in the summer of 2015 with the task of replacing Jurgen Klopp.

German newspaper Bild claimed that the Dortmund boss "has received a request from Arsenal", with Wenger's future under increasing scrutiny.

Arsene Wenger said after Arsenal lost 3-1 at West Bromwich Albion, their fourth defeat in five league games - that: 'I know what I will do in my future and will let you know soon.

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The Germans are into the last-8 of the Champions League where they will face Monaco and his side have been widely praised for the attacking brand of football they've adopted under Tuchel.

"I can't give you any information about the topic because it doesn't involve me", Tuchel said.

Mourinho and Wenger have had a long-running verbal feud throughout their time in England, with Mourinho also saying earlier this season that he was "not surprised" that the FA had opted against charging Wenger for his suggestion that referees were "protected like lions in the zoo".

"I started to understand that there are powers that you can not fight against", he added.



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