Dennis Bergkamp says he want to return to Arsenal in a training capability.
The Dutchman, who scored 122 targets in 425 Gunners appearances throughout an 11-year spell from 1995, has been out of labor since being sacked as Ajax assistant in 2017.
Now, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is trying to appoint a brand new first-team coach after Freddie Ljungberg resigned from his put up to pursue managerial ambitions on Saturday.
In an interview with FourFourTwo, Bergkamp has revealed a want to get again into teaching and is hopeful of an Arsenal return.
He stated: “When the time is correct, I’d love to return and get a task someplace.
“In the meanwhile we’re nice in Holland. I’ve bought a younger household and have been out of teaching for a short while now.
“However I need to admit, I’ve the urge to go on the pitch once more and assist, whether or not it’s with the technical or teaching workers.
“It is perhaps a bit too early, however you by no means know. We’ll see what comes my manner.
“In the meanwhile there hasn’t been any contact about that, however as quickly as I make my determination, let’s see what occurs.
“After all it might be supreme at Arsenal – I spent 11 years there and have a superb feeling with the membership.”
Arsenal have been linked with Brentford set-piece specialist Andreas Georgson as Arteta goals so as to add to his backroom workers.
Bergkamp has admitted he’s ‘actually ’ within the Spaniard’s undertaking on the Emirates.
He added: “I’m actually interested by Mikel Arteta and the way he’s doing at Arsenal, as there have been indicators that he needs to vary their philosophy.
“It regarded good within the few matches I watched earlier within the yr.
“However my future, who is aware of? In soccer, sooner or later just isn’t the identical as the opposite.”