Past couple of months there have been a lot of talk about Arsene Wenger deciding to hand his boots finally after leaving the club into a strong financial position. Fans were expecting Arsene Wenger to reap the benefits of his hard work and determination with the club. But the pressure from the fans of winning silverware made Wenger delay his decision of signing a new contract.
Now that Arsenal are one game away from ending their trophy drought and are favorites for the Champions League berth, Wenger has decided to stay at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger has committed himself to signing a new contract soonest, according to Daily Mirror. The 64-year old manager is out of contract in the summer and with rumors persisting about his future, he has moved to assure the club directors of the nearest future at the club.
Arsene Wenger is the longest serving manager in the EPL after joining the London club in 1996, also becoming their most successful manager in the period and clocking over 1000 games. He has severally been linked with leaving his Gunners post but has severally done otherwise, signing new contracts and the fans would hope it’s the same this summer.
The exit of Wenger would be a huge blow to Arsenal and its young guns, as the situation at Manchester United should be a blueprint before any decision is made.