Former Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger has been offered a route back into management in Japan, according to The Independent UK.
Japanese club side, Vissel Kobe have offered the former Arsenal manager their managerial position.
The club is owned by Barcelona’s mega-rich sponsors, Rakuten.
Wenger had previously managed in Japan, taking charge of Nagoya Grampus Eight in the 90’s before joining Arsenal.
Meanwhile, former European footballer of the year, Lothar Matthaus has said he was “sure” that Manchester City forward, Leroy Sane will join Bayern Munich this summer.
City have opened up fresh contract talks with the Germany forward to try and counteract the threat of him leaving back for his homeland.
But Matthaus told Mirror UK, “A player who, in my eyes, will enchant the Bayern fans next year is Leroy Sane. I am sure he will move to Munich.
“If Uli Hoeness publicly reveals that a bid has been made for the player, this results in the vast majority of cases in a move to Bayern.
“And it would be a fantastic transfer, as Sane is one of the best wingers out there.
“Tricky, dangerous for goal, fast, usable on both wings and provided with a great future.”