Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger Claims He Has Already Decided His Future

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger before the match.

Reuters / Matthew Childs

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger knows what he will do in the future but is not ready to let us in on it anytime soon.

The French manager, who has been at the Emirates for more than two decades now and is easily the best manager in the history of the club till date.

He has helped them to some of the best moments in their history but he has been under immense pressure recently as his side have shown no progress in the last couple of months. The losses to Bayern Munich and Liverpool in three of the last four games looked like the final nail in the coffin as the fans of the club were becoming more vocal in wanting to end the 64-year old’s tenure at the Emirates.

Arsenal are currently out of the top-4 in the points table and will have to work really hard to get there before the end of the season and this has seen some fans turn against him recently.

During the weekend’s Premier League game over West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns, the Gunners fans flew a plane over the stadium asking the club not to offer the manager a new contract.

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Though it was soon followed by another plane that asked the fans to respect the manager, his stay at the Emirates beyond this season is looking a tough task.

Ironically, Arsenal lost 3-1 to the Baggies as a from Craig Dawson on either side of a goal from Hal Robson-Kanu were enough to give them all three points and Wenger was quick to admit that it was a mediocre performance from his side. But out of the many things he spoke about after the game at the Hawthorns, his comments about his future will what make headlines tomorrow.

Wenger revealed that he has already decided on what to do at the end of the season and that it was not the right time for him to reveal his decision.

Talking about his future in the post-match press conference when asked about the planes that flew over the ground, Wenger said, “I know what I will do in my future and will let you know soon. You will see.”

“I watched the game. I do not watch the stands during the game. We have to live with that and focus on the job,’ he added.

Arsenal cannot afford to drop any more points this season if they are to qualify for Europe but do you think Arsene Wenger will stay at the club, either way, come the start of the next season?


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