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Arsene Wenger Reacts to England Manager Rumours After Arsenal Beat Basel

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has refused to rule out the possibility of taking over as England boss but insisted he is purely focused on the Gunners while in the last year of his contract. Following the departure of Sam Allardyce as Three Lions boss on Tuesday, Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph reported the Football Association will approach Wenger, 66, and try to appoint him as the next permanent England boss.
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