Wenger appointment to senior FIFA role ends Bayern speculation

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was named FIFA’s new chief of global football development, the governing body announced Wednesday in Zurich

Wenger’s appointment ends speculation that the 70-year-old was in the running for the vacant managerial position at Bayern Munich.

More to come.

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