By News desk
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has commence negotiation with former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, to secure his services for development of the game globally.
FIFA consideration came months after the renowned football tactician quit his job as manager of the London club, Arsenal.
It was learned that Wenger has been approached by FIFA to head the technical development department.
FIFA boss, Gianni Infantino wants Wenger to oversee changes in rules of the game as well as technological innovations.
It was not clear whether Wenger has accepted Infantino’s offer to lead the charge towards football development globally.
Another source added that Wenger leads the pecking order on FIFA list for the assignment.
It would be recalled that Wenger stepped down as Arsenal head coach last year after s 22 years. He won three Premier League titles and seven FA cups.
He had said he is looking forward to return to football.