Biography, salary and current Net Worth of Arsene Wenger 2018, former Premier League Manager of Arsenal Football Club who at some point in his career was Coach of Nancy-Lorraine, AS Monaco, Nagoya and Grampus Eight. Arsene Wenger has been Arsenal coach since 1996 and he is currently the longest serving football manager in the English Premier League.
Arsene Wenger, together with José Mourinho, have won three Premier League titles in England, and he is one of the top 10 Premier League coaches in England.
Arsene Wenger Early Life and Playing Career
Arsene Wenger was born in Stratsbourg, France on October 22, 1949.
Arsene Wenger’s professional football experience as a footballer was at several modest clubs such as Mutzig, Mulhouse, ASPV Stratsbourg and RC Stratsbourg.
Arsene Wenger’s Managerial Career
Arsene Wenger’s managerial career started in 1981 after he obtained a manager’s diploma. His ill fated spell at Nancy got him sacked in 1987 and this made him join Monaco where he won the League in 1988.
He followed that up with the Coupe de France in 1991 and after failing to land the League title again for Monaco, he left and the club in 1994.
In 1996, Wenger took charge of Arsenal football club and has since guided them to three Premier League titles, six FA Cup titles and six FA Community/Charity Shield wins.
Currently, he is under intense pressure to resign from the club after a poor run of form which has seen their champions league spot threatened for next season.
He recently announced that he will leave the club after the end of the season. His next destination isn’t known yet.
Arsene Wenger Salary & Net Worth (2018)
Arsene Wenger earns £8.3 million a year and he is worth £46 million.
Arsene Wenger Personal Life and Religion
Arsene Wenger was married to his wife Annie Brostahous and they had one daughter called Lea.
He speaks French, Italian, Spanish, German, English and Japanese. Arsene Wenger is a practicing Roman Catholic.
According to an online report, there are hosts of top clubs willing to sign the Arsene Wenger after he resigned from Arsenal FC due to his experience as a manager and a footballer.