Arsene Wenger Reportedly Will Tell Arsenal He Wants to Remain Club's Manager

Ross Houston
March 20, 2017

There were further protests in the stands as Arsenal succumbed to a fourth defeat in five league matches, but Wenger stopped short of calling the actions of those fans disrespectful.

The veracity of the story has been disputed however, and Arsenal have moved to deny it. I wouldn't trust Wenger now - and it is tragic to say this - I wouldn't trust him with £10 to buy me a good sandwich, period.

Arsene Wenger looks set to continue to infuriate his detractors at Arsenal for at least a season longer, having chose to remain at the club beyond the end of his current contract and discuss a new deal with club officials.

The Mirror report that the Gunners boss, who admitted on Saturday that he has finally decided on his future at the club, wishes to remain at the Emirates despite this season's domestic and European struggles.

Although Dortmund are third in the Bundesliga and are not guaranteed European football next season, they have progressed to the Champions League quarter-finals, where they will meet Monaco.

Morgan's latest rant came on talkSPORT after the Gunners lost 3-1 at West Brom, sliding to sixth in the table, as the pressure grows on Wenger to leave the club in the summer. "I've done the top four twenty times, it is not that".

One quick perusal of Twitter will tell you everything you need to know about the reaction to suggestions that Wenger is actually going nowhere.

Under-fire Arsene Wenger seems poised to extend his managerial career at Arsenal, according to reports on Monday. It's more... I take a bigger perspective. 'It's not the last result that will decide what I will do.

Morgan said: "I want to be an Arsenal fan that sees us back where we used to be". "I don't judge other people", said Wenger.

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