In recent developments, Bayern Munich sacked their manager Nico Kovac after Bayern were eviscerated 5-1 at the hands of Eintracth Frankfurt.
However, speaking to beIN SPORTS, Wenger insisted that Bayern have actually asked him about his interest in the job, and he is now debating whether or not he wants to take the position.More news: Fed Cup Final: Barty, Australia Host France In Perth
"We decided together we will talk next week because I'm in Doha until Sunday".
It comes after Rummenigge said Wenger was "not being considered as coach". I could not answer and by politeness I called him back.
"We talked for four or five minutes, maximum, and he reported that they signed Flick (as interim coach) for the next two games".
'This is the true story.More news: Sony's PlayStation leadership restructuring continues
"He [Rummenigge] asked me if I would be interested because they are looking for a coach".
'I think Bayern is actually at a turning point, because Hoeness, key man of this club, is leaving, Rummenigge will leave in one year, it seems that the future is uncertain, and this club which always managed stuff by being very discreet and direct, is today very exposed with rumour coming from everywhere.
Between them, Hoeness and Rummenigge have helped grow Bayern into one of the most successful clubs in Europe.
Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is understood to be the favourite to land the job, after leading the Dutch club to the Champions League semi-finals and a league and cup double last season.More news: Two people dead and 150 homes destroyed in Australian bushfires