Arsene Wenger emphatically denies he is taking over at AC Milan

Aubrey Yates
November 7, 2018

Arsene Wenger labelled reports he was close to becoming AC Milan's new manager as "fake news".

France Football reported on Monday that Wenger has been in negotiations with the Italian giants for several weeks.

Thus suggesting that Solari is set to be named the club's next permanent manager in compliance with Spanish FA regulations, with time running out to seal the deal.

The Frenchman would also have been working closely with Rossoneri sporting director Leonardo, according to the report, however the long-serving ex-Gunners gaffer has moved to quash the rumours.

"If I had signed somewhere I would tell you but that's wrong".

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However, talking to beIN SPORTS, Wenger dismissed the rumours out of hand.

However, the former Arsenal boss has insisted such claims are ill-informed.

However, while he recently said he is keen to return to football management at the start of 2019, Wenger has denied that he is set to be appointed at the San Siro. I don't want to lie and that's why I can't give you any information.

'What I will do at the moment, I cannot tell you because I don't know. While the 69-year-old French worldwide has been linked with the vacant seat at Real Madrid in the last week, emerging reports indicate he will moving to Italy to take charge of AC Milan.

"I don't know yet".

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