Arsenal boss, who fought every obstacle in his way to make Arsenal a super power, is not sure about his future at the club. Is he looking for a contract after he wins silverware? Or is he looking for a new challenge? There is no doubt that to hunt his services many European giants would be in line.
It will be a huge blow for Arsenal if somehow Arsene Wenger hangs his boots. A transition can sometimes turn out to be disastrous. And with him proving his point with a signing of Ozil’s stature, Arsenal fans should have his support. The Frenchman is the longest-serving boss in the Premier League and has said before he would be open to staying beyond the length of his current contract, which expires next summer.
Wenger said today, “We are in no hurry. We are in September and my contract finishes in June, there is a long way to go. There is no need to plan (any talks). I have said many times I want to do well with this club and in the end I will sit down and think ‘how well have I done with the team I have had?’ That has to be sufficient for me to decide yes or no. One of the main judgments you can have about a manager is how well he does with his team.”
For me, Arsene Wenger is the one of the best managers in the history of Premier League. And his services are always needed at a traditionally running club like Arsenal. With him in the management for so long everything is bound to revolve around him. With the risks of the transition period after he departs, things will be different and the odds are they might not turn out to be good for the Gunners.