Arsene Wenger could reportedly be offered a route back into full-time management by Monaco and Everton once he steps aside as Arsenal boss.
The 68-year-old will bring down the curtain on more than two decades in North London next month and is now evaluating his options.
According to The Telegraph, Wenger has no intention of retiring from football and will also consider the idea of becoming a national team coach.
Wenger's best chance of staying in England is said to be with Everton, who are weighing up whether to axe Sam Allardyce in the summer, while a return to his native France could be on the cards as Monaco may have to replace Leonardo Jardim.
The same report suggests that the Frenchman is no longer wanted by Paris Saint-Germain, however, as they are in talks with Thomas Tuchel to take charge.