Wenger is being arranged as someone who could take over until the finish of the 2019-20 season.
Arsene Wenger has been supposedly named as a contender to turn into the following manager of Bayern Munich after Niko Kovac exit on Sunday.
The Frenchman after leaving Arsenal in the late spring of 2018 has been out of work in the wake of a spell of 22 years in North London.
Kovac was discharged over the end of the week after a 5-1 thrash against Eintracht Frankfurt left the Bundesliga champions.
As per The Guardian, Wenger is being arranged as someone who could take over until the finish of the 2019-20 season.
Ralf Rangnick, who has recently delighted in progress at RB Leipzig, is said to be the club's essential contender for the job.
Reports have expressed that Wenger is set to take up a job at FIFA, despite the fact that remaining resolved to come back to the management.