Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will certainly manage another top European club just after leaving the position at Arsenal.

On 20 April, Wenger announced that he would step down at the end of the current season ending his 22-year association with Arsenal.

The French manager has failed to challenge for the Premier League title since 2004 when he won his last league title with the club.

Wenger told The Telegraph: “I hope these are not my last European cup games – my target is to play in Europe again.”

“I’ve had no break for 35 years. You can look around, and that doesn’t exist. I don’t know now how addicted I am, I am like a guy who plays Russian roulette every week and suddenly has no gun. I will see how much I miss that gun.”

“You live always in extreme situations. When I started at 33, I thought I would never survive in this job, but you learn to dominate your emotions. You are never sure if you do the right thing. It will be surreal when I don’t work. At the moment I work.”

 Arsenal will host Atletico Madrid at the Emirates Stadium in their first leg of the Europa League semi-final.

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