- Arsene Wenger has finally signed a new deal with the Gunners
- NAIJ.com can authoritatively report that the Frenchman has penned a two-year extension at the Emirates
- The 67-year-old manager signed the deal on Wednesday, May 30, 2017
Embattled Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has finally signed a new two-year deal at the Emirates Stadium which has now put a rest to the speculation of him leaving the North London club.
The just concluded Premier League season was baptized with lots of criticism for the Frenchman by many Arsenal fans, most especially after the Gunners failed to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League.
But the former Monaco boss redeemed himself at the end of the out-gone Premier League season by guiding the Gunners to a victory in the English FA Cup beating champions Chelsea to the trophy
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The FA Cup win served as a great tonic for many Arsenal fans as they immediately forget the fact that the Gunners will not be campaigning in next season's UEFA Champions League.
On Tuesday, May 30, 2017, NAIJ.com reported that the Frenchman met with Arsenal chiefs where he agreed an extension of contract before signing the deal on Wednesday, May 31, 2017.
NAIJ.com understands that Arsene Wenger's new contract does not include a break clause which will extend his reign with the Gunners to 23 years.
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