Date: 9th April 2018 at 9:31pm

Arsene Wenger may have just dropped the biggest indication that he’ll be remaining in charge beyond this season after revealing his summer transfer policy.

The Gunners boss has been under fire for another disappointing domestic campaign, but looks ready to add another year to his tenure at the club.

Arsenal are 30 points adrift of Manchester City and 13 behind 4th placed Tottenham in the Premier League.

They were dumped out of the FA Cup by Championship side Nottingham Forest, suffered losses to Brighton, Watford and Swedish minnows Ostersunds and barely put up a fight losing 3-0 to Manchester City in the League Cup final.

Will Wenger be at Arsenal next season?

However, Wenger’s side are still within a shout of returning to Champions League football if they can triumph in the Europa League this season.

The manager and the Arsenal board are set for a review his performance at the end of the campaign, the first year of a two-season deal.

However, it appears the boss knows where he’ll be this summer.

As reported by the Standard, when answering a question on whether he was spoilt for choice in the striking areas, Wenger replied: “In some aspects of the game there is no need to buy more players at that level, because we have young strikers as well, promising strikers.

“But we’ll see [about] that at the end of the season.”

Arsene Wenger has suggested he will remain in charge beyond this season after revealing his sumer transfer policy.

The Gunners boss has been under fire for another disappointing domestic campaign, but looks ready to add another year to his tenure at the club.

Arsenal are 30 points adrift of Manchester City and 13 behind 4th placed Tottenham in the Premier League.

They were dumped out of the FA Cup by Championship side Nottingham Forest, suffered losses to Brighton, Watford and Swedish minnows Ostersunds and barely put up a fight losing 3-0 to Manchester City in the League Cup final.

However, Wenger’s side are still within a shout of returning to Champions League football if they can triumph in the Europa League this season.

The manager and the Arsenal board are set for a review his performance at the end of the campaign, the first year of a two-season deal.

However, it appears the boss knows where he’ll be this summer.

As reported by the Standard, when answering a question on whether he was spoilt for choice in the striking areas, Wenger replied: “In some aspects of the game there is no need to buy more players at that level, because we have young strikers as well, promising strikers.

“But we’ll see [about] that at the end of the season.”

Gooners, are you happy for Wenger to stay on? Let us know in the comments…

 

2 responses to “Wenger hints at Emirates stay”

  1. Neil Fitt says:

    I think if Arsene wins the Europa cup and secures champions league football for next year,then he should leave head held high and rightly so.But if he stays he only invites long term failure!.

  2. chris says:

    Wenger can stay as long as someone else runs the football team.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *