Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger played in a charity match used to raise money for sick children in his homeland in Nancy.
The 68-year-old who was relieved of his duties at the Emirates, looked pretty sharp and fast down the wing. The match was in memory of French legend Michel Platini’s father, Aldo, who died in December.
Wenger was pictured wearing a baggy white shorts and a red shirt which was shared on social media. It was also rumoured the former Monaco manager scored a goal in the exhibition match which is yet to be confirmed
According to The Sun, the French manager is willing to return to football after lining up Fenerbahce director of football Damien Comolli to go with him. Wenger has been working behind the scenes, assembling his backroom staff, since retiring after 22-years in charge with the west London club.