While some Arsenal fans might be willing to drive him to the airport themselves, Arsene Wenger has chosen to turn down £30million-a-year offer to manage in China, and will instead remain at the Emirates until at least the end of the season.
That's 4th (maybe 3rd if May if form is good) wrapped up, then?
As reported by The Telegraph, an unnamed Chinese club were prepared to pay Wenger twice as much as Pep Guardiola's £15million-a-year at City, comfortably making him the highest-paid manager in the world.
Wenger was recently offered a £10million extension on his Arsenal contract, but has yet to decide whether he will remain at the club beyond this season.
Even if he does walk away from a 21 year tenure at Arsenal, it's understood that a top European club is Wenger's likely destination, rather than the cash-rich climes of the Far East.
Despite 12 years without a league title, Real Madrid are said to have expressed interest, having unsuccessfully tried to recruit Wenger's services in the past - thought we doubt it, as Zidane's not doing too badly, is he?
To be fair, Real are used to underachieving, too - so maybe it's a far better fit?