Arsene Wenger has revealed the club that he won’t manage in his entire career, according to report.
The former Arsenal manager snubbed a move to Real Madrid more than once during his 22-year-stint with Arsenal.
Despite out of job at the moment he has ruled out managing Real Madrid despite the European Champion numerous approach.
"I turned Madrid down more than once but now I must say it's over for me," he said.
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"I feel if you ask any manager in the world 'Are you interested?' and everybody would say 'Yes'. It's the biggest club in the world."
Wenger added that he did not reject staying in north London.
"We live always to our values. It was in the middle of the process.
"We rebuilt the stadium, we had to pay it back, I guaranteed I would stay and I'm quite happy with my decision.”
Jose Mourinho is tipped to replace Santiago Solari if the Argentine fails to win a major silverware at the end of the campaign.