The Gunners’ boss claimed that he had made a decision on his future in Arsenal, and we should expect the announcement very soon. The longest-serving manager in English football will be out of contract in the summer. Moreover, he seems to be growing unrest after his leadership reached a new height after Arsenal were recently humiliated in Europe by losing 4 out of 5 Premier League matches for the first time since 1995.
You have probably read about the disgruntled supporters who held protests against Wenger’s management during the last several weeks and the Wenger Out placards. However, not all of the fans are against him since some held signs that stated In Arsene We Trust.
The Gunners’ boss indicated that he does not know if his decision will impact the attitude of the protesters. However, Wenger said that we should not be worried as he already knows what the future holds for him and all of us will know very soon. When the manager was asked if he has informed his squad of his decision, he said no. Wenger told the protesters that he watches the game and not the stands during the match. He focuses on the game no matter what people think.
Arsenal’s task was far more challenging in the Midlands since Petr Cech departure early because of a calf injury. Unfortunately, Alexis Sanchez is also suffering from a severe ankle injury.