While backing Wenger to make an imminent return to the dugout, Flamini is hoping that he will soon be back in football himself, with the 34-year-old now a free agent after departing Spanish side Getafe.
The two business men are Arsenal fans, and certain sources are even claiming that Wenger's arrival is a done deal.
"I believe I will start again on 1 January", Wenger recently told SportBILD.
"I'll be somewhere early next year but I do not know where, I got a good rest". That's wrong as well.
But the 69-year-old Frenchman, who has been out of work since leaving Arsenal in the summer, quashed suggestions he has already rebuffed the advances of the La Liga giants.
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As per Goal.com, he has suggested that he plans to return to management in 2019, and it appears as though a possible destination is emerging.
Since his departure from Arsenal, a host of European clubs are said to have approached him, with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid considering hiring a new manager.
In the same interview, Wenger also stated that he does not yet know whether he will return to club football or turn his hand to coaching a national team.
Wenger rejected the chance to retire from coaching when he left Arsenal, and instead has been enjoying a short hiatus from football.
Wenger has won three Premier Leagues and seven FA Cups as well as the French title in 1998.