Jens Lehmann wants to be Premier League manager

Will he make another return Arsenal favourite Lehmann wants to be Premier League manager

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has revealed he would love to manage a Premier League team.

Lehmann was taken back to Arsenal by Arsene Wenger last season, as a short-term solution for their goalkeeping crisis.

And he told the Mirror: “I can well imagine working for a club in England.”

Arsenal favourite: Jens Lehmann at Blackpool towards the end of last season

Arsenal favourite: Jens Lehmann at Blackpool towards the end of last season

Lehmann was in the Arsenal team that went unbeaten for the whole Premier League season in 2003-04.

He is no stranger to holding controversial views, and recently caused a storm when he hit out at Manchester City, calling them “boring”.

He said: “Man City play very, very boring football. They just make their opponents fall asleep with lots of possession

“But to be honest, that is not tactically very demanding. The way they play here is the way any amateurteam plays, only not on such good grass.

“Theyjust pack men behind the ball, have five against two and just move the ball around. The goal then just comes from a fortunate circumstance.”