Tony Adams has confirmed that he’s held talks with Danish side Brondby about their vacant managerial position.
The legendary Gunner, who five years ago had a statue unveiled outside the Emirates, has been working for Azerbaijan side Gabala in various roles since 2010 and is eager to get back to coaching.
“I can confirm I am talking to Brondby regarding the coach’s position,” Adams said.
“I will leave Gabala later in May and I am looking to return to a manager’s job. Nothing has been decided yet and I am sure Brondby will choose the right person for the job.”
The Guardian report that Adams, who hasn’t managed a side in five years but is supposedly mates with Brondby’s owner, would even consider hiring former teammate John Jensen as his assistant; a role the Dane held for four years between 2002-2006.