Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Arsene Wenger's future 'to be decided today at Arsenal board meeting'

The future of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly expected to be decided today during a meeting between the club's board members.

The Frenchman has so far refused to confirm whether or not he will be at the helm next season after
21 years in charge of the North London outfit.

Wenger, whose contract expires this summer, has divided fans, with some keeping faith in the coach while others are pushing for a change following yet another failed Premier League campaign.

According to The Independent, a two-year deal is on the table for the manager, but the club's plans for the future could determine whether or not he signs it, particularly as the notion of introducing a director of football will be discussed.

Wenger has publicly rubbished the importance of such a role, but reports have claimed that the club are willing to compromise.

The 67-year-old's team failed to secure a top four place, eventually settling for fifth in the Premier League, but they did win a record 13th FA Cup by defeating Chelsea at Wembley last weekend.

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