Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp has opened the door to a return to the club by saying that he ‘would definitely’ relish the opportunity to coach at the club, the Mail Online understands.
A statue of the former Dutch international, who made over 400 appearances in an eleven year spell with the Gunners, was unveiled outside of the Emirates Stadium at the weekend.
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.
Arsenal are monitoring the form of Lyon midfielder Maxime Gonalons after recommendations from France-based scout Giles Grimandi.
The 23 year old was under the watchful eye of Gunners representatives in both legs of his sides Europa League defeat to Tottenham Hotspur, and was also watched in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Lorient.
Arsenals remain four points behind fourth place Tottenham Hotspur after fighting back from two goals down to salvage a point against Liverpool.
Luis Suarez gave the visitors the lead after just five minutes before Jordan Henderson doubled their advantage on the hour mark.