Previous Arsenal chief, Patrick Vieira, has forgotten about hypothesis that he could take over as the club’s new director, following Unai Emery’s rejection.
Vieira’s previous partner, Freddie Ljunberg, has been placed in transitory charge of the Gunners, while the club keep on scanning for a lasting chief.
Theories guarantee Vieira, who is lead trainer of Nice, is one of the names on Arsenal’s waitlist, yet the Frenchman has played down the gossipy tidbits.
“It’s a troublesome activity and I understand that. It’s constantly pitiful to see a mentor lose his employment,” he told columnists, following Nice’s triumph over Angers on Saturday.
“Today it’s his turn and tomorrow perhaps it will be me. At the point when you devote yourselves completely to this activity, you need to hope to be sacked one day.
“There are things I don’t control. Individuals state a great deal of things in this industry, regardless of whether they’re valid or not. I don’t have anything to state on the issue.
“Like you, I read things, watch things and tune in to things. There’s nothing more to it. I have never said I needed to leave Nice!
“Possibly one day I’ll be sacked without needing to leave Nice.
“I know where I am and I realize where I’m going and it doesn’t trouble me.
“The facts demonstrate that tonight I would have favored more inquiries regarding the exhibition of my players as opposed to on my future.”