Real Madrid want Arsene Wenger?
Real Madrid are reportedly monitoring of situation of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger amid the uncertainty over his future beyond the current campaign.
The long-standing Frenchman is yet to pen terms over a new contract despite his deal due to expire at the end of the season.
Widespread reports have suggested that the 67-year-old will eventually ink terms over a two-year deal, but Los Blancos are prepared to jump for his services, should there be no agreement, The Mirror claims.
The European champions see Wenger as a potential replacement for Zinedine Zidane, should he fail to break the club's La Liga drought this term, while there is also a possibility of employing the Frenchman as a sporting director.
Arsenal are currently seven points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City with a game in hand, and they will need a lot of luck and wins on their side, if they are to maintain the history of finishing in the top-four in each season under the Wenger regime.