- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hints he will get a contract extension despite backlash from club supporters
- The French manager has started drafting his plans for next season as he prepares new contract for some of his players
- The 65 year old is having a bad season for the Gunners as the club is on the verge of losing out on UCL spot with 8 games to go
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed to people behind the scene that he will stay further at the club for another two years as his contract will expire at the end of the season.
The French manager is drafting out his plans for next season as he believes he will get a contract extension at the club.
The 67 year old is preparing new contracts for some of his players as the club is planning a massive overhaul in the summer transfer window.
The people around the French manager believe his current deal will have to end before he can get a renewal at the club as fans want the manager out.
NAIJ.com reports that Wenger is Arsenal’s most successful manager winning 3 Premier League titles and 6 FA cups for the Gunners.
The French boss has had a terrible season for Arsenal as his side currently sit 6th on the league table and are on the verge of losing out on Champions League spot for the first time in his 19 years as the club manager.
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