The Gunners boss has reacted to speculations linking him to the France job saying that he is only focus on the Arsenal job for now.
“I have been asked a few times to do it. I was always busy somewhere else.
“I just want my country to do well and have a good tournament because at the moment this country is going through a very difficult time. We have been hit hard through terrorism, strikes and many other unrests.
“The country is a bit flat mentally at the moment, and they need a bit of happiness.
Earlier in June, Wenger had previously refused to rule out the possibility of managing his native France one day.
But the 66-year-old, who has a year remaining on his Arsenal contract, has now ruled out a move away from club management as Didier Deschamps’ France prepare a Euro 2016 last-16 clash against the Republic of Ireland.
“I think this time to move into international management has gone now,” Wenger told reporters.
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