Jueves, 23 Marcha, 2017

What Wenger told me concerning his future - West Brom Coach, Tony Pulis

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Eleena Tovar | 21 Marcha, 2017, 00:06

Yet widespread reports are now suggesting Wenger has decided he will not walk out on Arsenal at the lowest point in his historic tenure as the club's manager, with his desire to end his story on a high encouraging him to battle on.

The Arsenal board had insisted that the final decision would not be exclusively on Wenger as to whether or not he stays after this season (despite it being public knowledge that they have offered him a new contract).

Craig Burley says Arsene Wenger is showing how arrogant he is by the handling of his future at Arsenal.

No announcement is expected before Arsenal's next game, a home tie against Manchester City, and the board are said to be coming up with the best way to sell news of Wenger's decision to stay on to an increasingly frustrated fanbase.

Wenger, 67, has come under fire from fans after Arsenal were thrashed by Bayern Munich in the Champions League and slipped out of the Premier League's top four.

The reports, which all say almost the same thing, indicating a club briefing, state that the club have not revoked the offer of a two-year contract, though continue to insist that any decision will be "mutual". He will go down in history as the greatest Arsenal manager and I think he wants to manage for another five or six years by the sounds of it.

That is the question on everyone's lips regarding Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

If the club finishes outside the top four and if they don't qualify for the FA Cup, then Wenger is going to leave the club for good.

According to Staff at the club's London Colney training base, Wenger is showing a positive change in his mood which is being viewed as an indication that he has made a decision to stay.

Wenger said: 'Everybody in life is responsible for his own behaviour. "I believe again it's very hard to take these things seriously". 'It's not the last result that will decide what I will do.

"Success, it's not down to me to judge that", he added.

Arsenal's two biggest players will enter the final year of their respective contracts this summer and it is looking more and more likely that they will agitate their way out of the Emirates Stadium.

That was followed by another plane with a pro-Wenger banner, but the Frenchman still suffered the ignominy of travelling fans singing "you don't know what you're doing" near the end of the game.