- Arsenal fans mounted pressure on Arsene Wenger in their 4-1 win over Stoke on May 13
- A plane flew over at the Bet 365 stadium on Saturday with the caption “Wenger-out means out”
- The Gunners boss is reportedly set to extend his contract at the London club in the summer
Arsenal fans yet again mounted pressure on coach Arsene Wenger during their 4-1 thumping over Stoke on May 13.
The Gunners boss is reportedly set to extend his contract at the club in the summer, but the fans feel its time for the French manager to go.
A plane flew over at the Bet 365 stadium in their clash against the Potters on Saturday, May 13, with the caption “Wenger-out means out.”
The 67-year-old has kept the Emirates side's hope on finishing in top-four alive after defeating Manchester United, Southampton and Stoke respectively.
The French manager is set to miss out on Champions League next season for the first time since taking charge of the London club in 1996.
Although, Arsenal fans are furious about the club's position, the manager says he is not influenced by the plane banner.
The London Club are currently 5th on the Premier League standings with two games to go and 3 points adrift top-four place.
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