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Last updated: 14/02/19 10:12
Arsene Wenger has announced that he has refused the chance to become "more than once" Real Madrid coach while he is responsible for Arsenal.
Wenger left Arsenal last May after 22 years in the club as coach. He won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups.
The 69-year-old still has to return, although he would be back in management in January.
Wenger insists, however, that the desire for a takeover of the Santiago Bernabeu is not on his agenda.
"I've rejected Real Madrid more than once, I have to say, now it's over for me," said Wenger to be in sports,
"I have the feeling that if you ask a manager in the world if you would be interested in training Real Madrid, everyone would say – it's the biggest club in the world."
Asked if loyalty to Arsenal prevented him from going to Madrid, Wenger added, "Yes, we always live by our values.
"It was in the middle of a process of setting up the stadium, we had to pay it back, I guaranteed that I would stay and am very satisfied with my decision."
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