Bergkamp keen on Arsenal return

Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp has said that he would relish a return to the Emirates in a coaching capacity, the Telegraph understands.

The former Dutch international, currently assistant manager at Ajax, has reiterated his love for the Gunnners in an interview with the paper stating that his connection to the North London club mirrors Johan Cruyff’s love for Barcelona.

Bergkamp scored 120 goals in eleven seasons with Arsenal, winning three Premier League titles and lifting the FA Cup on four occasions.

Meanwhile, Jack Wilshere has clarified his comments regards foreign players eligibility for England, according to ESPN.

The Gunners midfielder answered questions on the subject in light of news that Manchester United’s Belgian born sensation Adnan Januzaj could represent the Three Lions in 2018 due to residency rules.

However, he has moved to say that his comments weren’t directed at Januzaj, and just his general opinion on the matter, before stressing that he wished the 18 year old, who scored twice on his full debut for the Champions, was in fact English.

Elsewhere, Juventus are keeping tabs on Gunners defender Bacaray Sagna, TalkSport understands.

The France international is out of contract in the summer, having not yet agreed a new deal at the Emirates.

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