Arsenal’s under-fire manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly made his decision on his future at the Emirates Stadium. The Frenchman has allegedly told close allies that he will remain at the club beyond the end of the season when his contract expires.
Staff at the club’s London Colney noticed a positive change in Wenger’s mood last week, viewed as a indication that he has finally made a decision about his future.
Before signing his previous deal in 2014, a similar change was noticed and days later he began telling staff that he’d decided to stay.
Wenger, aware of the fans’ protests, is said to be determined to remain and salvage the situation at the club.
The Gunners’ season took a bizarre new turn after they were relegated to sixth position by Manchester United. The Gunners lost in dismal fashion to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday to place a huge doubt on their Champions League hopes for next season.
Reports say the Gunners heirachy are behind the Frenchman with only a few against him signing a new contract. Rumour in Germany say Borussia’s Dortmund’s Thomas Tuchel is being lined up as a possible replacement.