Arsene Wenger has hinted he would be keen to help out with a potential takeover at Arsenal.
The Gunners have been linked with a takeover involving Spotify co-owner Daniel Ek.
The Billionaire has teamed up with Gunners legends Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira – all past players of Wenger – to buy the north Londoners from unpopular owner Stan Kroenke.
Arsenal supporters have been protesting against the Kroenkes over the club’s involvement in the failed European Super League, although the owners insist they’re not entertaining any bids.
Asked if he would return to the Emirates under new ownership, former Arsenal boss Wenger told beIN SPORTS: “I will always support Arsenal.
“If I can help Arsenal, I’ll do it as well in any way. That’s my answer. After that, I’m happy in my life today.”
Wenger won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups during his 18-year spell with Arsenal, which ended in May 2018.
He added: “The fans gave me the credit that I always put Arsenal first and I sacrificed the best years of my life in my career to help this club.
“To get out of building a new stadium, paying it back without any money from anybody. We didn’t go out and say we needed money.
“We did it with the quality of our work and we maintained the club at the top. Yes, I was criticised as well – you have to accept that when you’re in a public job.
“Nobody questioned that I did it genuinely and with a desire to do what is good for the club.”
Meanwhile, talkSPORT host Simon Jordan has questioned whether Ek, a boyhood Arsenal fan, is the right man to lead the club.
He said: “With the wealth he’s accumulated he puts himself in a position to be a serious contender to buy Arsenal or any football club he chooses to.
“But here comes the bigger question, which is, the concentration of wealth that it required, if you look at the Forbes valuation and say, ‘Arsenal are valued at $2.9billion’.
“This guy’s value is tied up in a brilliant business, Spotify, a product of its time.
“But that is a massive, massive, massive leap from being a technological guy that can sit and work things out to going into a public domain business.”