Arsene Wenger Shows Off Incredible Six-pack Beach Body In Dubai

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With speculations linking him to Munich, a relaxed Arsene Wenger flaunts his six-pack abs as he poses to take a picture with fans while on holiday in Dubai

Written By Sujay Chakraborty | Mumbai | Updated On:
Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger has been out of work since leaving Arsenal after 22 years at the end of the 2017-18 season. He has been waiting for the right opportunity to get back into management and it seems Wenger is content with life as he enjoys his break while flaunting his well-toned six-pack.

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Arsene Wenger Bayern Munich links

The Frenchman, who recently turned 70, has been heavily linked with Bayern Munich since the departure of Nico Kovac earlier this month. Arsene Wenger also confirmed to the French media that he will meet with Bayern’s chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge next week. But it is widely believed that Wenger would turn the offer down with Jose Mourinho is also among the shortlisted managers for the vacant position at the Allianz Arena.

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Wenger flaunts six-pack abs 

Among all these speculations, Arsene Wenger seemingly showed no sign of stress as he flaunted his well-toned abs while relaxing on the beach. The Arsenal manager was sighted in a more relaxed mood, wearing dark blue swimming trunk as he posed for pictures with some of his fans. Wenger celebrated his 70th birthday a few weeks ago and has recently reportedly been on a holiday in Qatar. It's fair to say Wenger looks to be in great shape for a man of his age and he has clearly looked after himself following his hiatus from the game. Football fans couldn't believe how he looked while many appreciating his body. 

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Arsene Wenger is currently working as a pundit in France while he takes a break away from the game. It is believed he wants to return to management but is waiting for the right opportunity to get back into the sport. As he ponders his next destination his former club Arsenal are struggling under Unai Emery with fans appearing to have lost patience with the Spaniard.

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