Reports claim Wenger wants to stay on at Arsenal

Posted March 20, 2017

As you've probably heard by now, Arsene Wenger might or might not be on the cusp of leaving Arsenal.

The newspaper claims that while the decision is not Wenger's alone to make - the club must also make the decision to trust him with another two-year deal - missing out on Champions League football for the first time in nearly 20 years would no longer necessarily be the deal breaker it was assumed to be previously. He has two games in hand on fourth-placed Liverpool, but the defeat in the West Midlands was the fourth in its past five English Premier League games.

Wenger admitted after the weekend's 3-1 defeat to West Brom that he has made a decision on his future - though he would not reveal it yet - and widespread reports suggest that he has resolved to sign a new contract and stay on.

"I give my best".

Despite this it is understood that he remains torn over his future, but Gooners20 want to ensure the decision remains in the hands of Wenger and the club.

When asked how he knew Pulis added -perhaps jokingly - "Because he told me". Everybody has to look at himself. "I will say this", said Pulis.

Who should replace him as the manager of Arsenal?

Now many Arsenal fans think it's time for a change and they are calling for him to leave the club.

The man has brought loads of trophies to the club and managed the team to go 49 unbeaten. Arsenal were second-best in every department on Saturday bar one - possession.

Alan Shearer on Match of the Day accused Arsenal of defending like an "Under-10 team". So if you get away from one of the blocks you are running at a standing object and [with] someone with a standing jump working against a person with a running jump, I'll bet my bottom dollar the person with the running jump will score.

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Robson-Kanu, who scored the second goal against Arsenal after coming on as a substitute, said West Brom would try to build on their victory at fifth-placed Manchester United on April 1 after the worldwide break.