Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has revealed he regret staying at the North London club for long while kicking out his chances of coaching other teams.
Wenger coached Arsenal for 22 years, arriving in 1996 and leaving upon his retirement as a professional coach in 2018.
The French tactician achieved everything possible with The Gunners but was unable to lift the Champions League.
In his newly released book, “My Life In Red And White,” Wenger revealed he regrets his decision of staying in Arsenal that long despite getting approaches from teams like Real Madrid, Juventus and Manchester United.
“I could have gone twice to Real Madrid, I could have gone to Juventus, to PSG, even to Manchester United.
My fatal flaw is that I love too much where I am… where I was. I regret it. I should have gone somewhere else.”