Arsène Wenger, Arsenal's former coach, knows how to suck all the marrow out of life, despite his age. Paparazzi have recently spotted him on a beach near a young woman. A lady in a bikini was lying on a sunbed and chatting with the 73-year-old French.
For this occasion, we have decided to recall Arsène Wenger's personal life and show you photos of his current girlfriend.
Arsène Wenger's first and only marriage
Now Arsène Wenger is a bachelor. In 2015, he divorced his wife — a former French basketball player, Annie Brosterhous. However, the details of their separation were disclosed only last year. The reason was adultery with a young woman, whose name isn't clear. After the divorce through the Strasbourg court, the couple divided assets and agreed on the details of their separation.
Arsène Wenger and Annie Brosterhous started dating in the mid-1990s but tied the knot only in 2020. They lived most of their lives apart because of Arsène's coaching trips. He devoted all his free time to his career, neglecting his family.
Did he cheat on his wife?
Just before Arsène Wenger and Annie Brosterhous's wedding, there were rumors about his affair with the 39-year-old French rapper Sonia Tatar. At that time, Wenger's wife didn't pay much attention to that. The ex-coach didn't comment on his relationship with Sonia Tatar, having apparently decided to keep silent.
The couple has a daughter, Léa, who was born in 1997. She has graduated from Cambridge and now lives in London.
Wenger's potential lover who caused him to split from his wife could be Russian, said journalist Igor Poroshin. "I knew a Russian woman — not closely, not for a long time, but I knew her. She was Arsène Wenger's lover. What she said about Wenger quite fit the image of an honorable man. A gentleman... This is what's called French finesse," he told to Sport24. However, Poroshin didn't specify the time of the affair and the woman's name.
Arsène Wenger now
After leaving Arsenal in 2018, Arsène Wenger ended his coaching career. In November 2019, he was appointed Chief of Global Football Development. His tasks include football growth and promotion around the world. Wenger also joined the IFAB, where he improves game rules.
For instance, in 2020, he proposed a new interpretation of offside. It wasn't approved at that time, but recently, FIFA has heeded Wenger's words and changed the offside rule. Now the entire body of the attacker must be in front of the defender for it to be ruled out. The new offside rule can boost the number of goals. Experiments will begin next season, with the Italian, Dutch, and Swedish youth leagues.
Judging by his vacation in Greece, when Arsène Wenger doesn't generate new ideas for FIFA, he has a rest, accompanied by a young and beautiful lady in a bikini.
Life begins at 73! Especially on sunny beaches and after 22 years at Arsenal.