After 20 years since he became the manager of Premier League club Arsenal in which he won three Premier League titles, Arsene Wenger has told club's legend Ian Wright that his reign as Gunners' boss is coming to an end.
Wenger who became Arsenal's gaffer in 1996 will have his contract expire at the end of the current League season in the EPL, and there has been lots of speculations that the 67-year-old Frenchman might not be given a renewal.
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Gunners' fans have also expressed their frustration which was shown after Arsenal's embarrassing defeat at Chelsea in their last Premier League fixture.
Ian Wright however explained that he spoke with Wenger on Thursday, February 7, 2017, claiming the former Nagoya Grampus 8 coach would dump the Gunners at the end of the current campaign.
"I get the impression that that's it because he looks tired. You just feel that he looks winded. I feel that he will go at the end of the season.
"He actually mentioned that he is coming to the end. I have never heard him say that before. The players have let him down badly,'' Wright told BBC Radio 5.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have no or limited hope of winning the Premier League title this season as the Gunners presently occupy fourth position on the log with 47 points, and they are 12 points behind leaders Chelsea.