Arsene Wenger has admitted there’s no guarantee that he would see out the entirety of his two-year deal at the Emirates and says his circumstance will be talked about with the club’s board toward the end of the season.
The Frenchman’s lengthy tenure at the Emirates Stadium went under serious scrutiny last season as the Gunners were mortified by Bayern Munich in the Champions League round of 16.
A fifth-place finish in the Premier League likewise implied that Arsenal missed a major opportunity to represent EPL in Europe’s elite competition for the first time since the 1998-99 season.
Regardless of the developing levels of discontent among Arsenal’s supporters, Wenger – who led the North London club to FA Cup success – penned a fresh two-year contract.
The uncertainty over Wenger’s future last season is a circumstance the club will be quick to keep away from this time, but the veteran manager – whose side are 6th and 12 points off Premier League table-toppers Manchester City – gave no affirmations that he would be at the Emirates next season
Speaking to beIN SPORTS: “I said I sit down with the board at the end of every season and see where we go from there – so that’s not exactly the same.
“That’s as well sometimes you know, you make a sentence and people turn it the way they would like to see it.
“That’s what I said – I have a two-year contract, I will always try to go to the end of my contract but always have the honesty to sit down with the board and see where we go from there. So that’s quite simple.”