Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he’d be surprised if Sir Alex Ferguson doesn’t make a dramatic comeback to management in the next six months.
Wenger said this today:
“In six months we will know more about that.
“You cannot rule it completely out. It is difficult to take a drug for 30 years and suddenly get rid of it.”
Ferguson meanwhile has insisted that he won’t be returning to football management. If Ferguson did return, is there any challenge out there that would be worth his time outside of Manchester United? What do you think? Have your say in the comments section below.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Sir Alex Ferguson make a dramatic comeback to football inside six months — BBC Sport
- Premier League top seven battleground: how the teams compare — The Guardian
- Romelu Lukaku brings out the best in Ross Barkley — Liverpool Echo
- Is this the most competitive Premier League title race ever? — The Guardian
- José Mourinho says onus is on Manchester City to regain league title — The Guardian
- Jack Wilshere an Arsenal injury worry for Crystal Palace trip — The Guardian
- Gareth Bale has opportunity to prove his value against rivals Barcelona in El Clásico — Telegraph
- How will they line up: Barcelona vs Real Madrid — ESPN FC
- Gareth Bale fit to start for Real Madrid in battle with Barcelona — The Guardian
- World Cup venue in Brazil catches fire while under construction — Pro Soccer Talk
- FOX Soccer 2GO offers free live stream of U.S. u-17 Women’s World Cup qualifying matches — US Soccer
- Atlanta moves one step closer to MLS expansion with new Falcons stadium — Pro Soccer Talk
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