Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Sport | By Ellis Neal

Arsenal Deny Any Approach For Borussia Dortmund Manager Thomas Tuchel

Arsenal Deny Any Approach For Borussia Dortmund Manager Thomas Tuchel

Mourinho's United travel to Middlesbrough tomorrow (12pm), less than three days after facing FC Rostov in the Europa League.

Arsenal's poor run of form has seen protests against the manager intensify with each passing game, and during the match at the Hawthorns, a plane flying a "Wenger Out" banner could be seen above the stadium, though there was also a plane with an "In Arsene We Trust" banner, too.

In December, Mourinho demanded "the same rules for everyone" after serving his second touchline ban of the season, covering a total of four games. "I'm happy with my job in Dortmund and have a contract, so it is of no interest to me". "In that aspect I continue to be the same but I also understand with experience that I continue to be looked at with different eyes", Mourinho said in an interview with Portuguese TV channel SIC, published in a number of national newspapers.

As long as the two men are managing in the same league, the acrimony between Wenger and Mourinho will continue. "This year I was sent off for kicking a plastic bottle, another coach for pushing a ref, nothing happens".

Two of their three wins since January 28 have come against non-leaguers Sutton United and Lincoln City in the Emirates FA Cup - but Wenger said that his future did not depend exclusively on finishing in the top four.

These reports are in stark contrast to what the Yellow & Black's CEO said recently, labelling the reports linking Tuchel to Arsenal as "fictional".

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