Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed reports that he has been in contact with French side Paris Saint-Germain over a possible move there in the summer to replace current manager Carlo Ancelotti.
It has been widely reported that despite winning the French league with PSG, Ancelotti will be leaving the club in the summer and he is a hot favourite to replace Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho, if he is to leave.
There has been ongoing speculation that Arsene Wenger is the man PSG want to replace Ancelotti and they are considering making contact with him to see if he would be interested in taking over at the Parc des Princes.
The Arsenal boss has been quick to rubbish all links with him being associated with a move to France and he has confirmed that he tends to stay at the Emirates for at least one more season.
"I have had no contact with PSG," Wenger told beIN Sport.
"And for my part, I have a contract with Arsenal, where I have served for 17 years and I do not see myself leaving the club like a thief and not respecting my contract."
The manager then went on to praise the job Ancelotti has done for PSG this season.
"Carlo Ancelotti has done a good job and I do not see why he would leave the club by viewing the quality of his work this season.
"I followed their season. They have built their success on a form of individual superiority and the collective one that they found through the Champions League. In Ligue 1, they had a quite difficult journey."
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