#WengerOut banners are reaching all corners of the planet and the Transfer Tavern is no different with a homemade effort held aloft above the Arsenal booth here, which makes The Sun’s report that Arsene Wenger is staying for two more years very interesting.
The Frenchman’s future has been debated heavily of late, with some reports having even indicated that he was set to leave at the end of the season.
Alas, The Sun believe that Wenger and the club have agreed a two-year extension to his contract – which expires at the end of 2016/17 – and that the details have already been finalised.
They even go as far as to say that missing out on Champions League qualification will not impact the decision, albeit a director of football is being sought in what would be a slight change in off-field structure.
Arsenal’s loss to Crystal Palace on Monday leaves them seven points adrift of Manchester City in fourth spot with only one game in hand over the Citizens.
Arsene Wenger remains the right manager for Arsenal – agree?