Wenger Finally Addresses Arsenal Future
Arsene Wenger Finally Addresses Arsenal Future
Under pressure Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has finally discussed his managerial future.
The French tactician has come under increasing pressure from his club's fans in recent months as the Gunners have dropped points in the title race and also now find themselves on the verge of another UEFA Champions League round of 16 exit, but Wenger has made it clear he still wants to be managing next season – whether that be at Arsenal or elsewhere.
"At the moment we have other priorities and my future is not important, it's Arsenal Football Club, the future of our team and what we can achieve until the end of the season that is important," Wenger said, as quoted by Sky Sports.
"No matter what happens I will manage next season – here or somewhere else. That's absolutely for sure."
The manager also spoke about the rumours suggesting that star attacker Alexis Sanchez is ready to quit the club after being pictured catching a plane out of London on his own on Thursday.
"He has a court case in Barcelona. He will be back in training tomorrow."
The Frenchman's current contract with the London club expires at the end of the campaign, but he has apparently been offered a new two-year deal, which will see him extend his stay at the Gunners to more than 22 years.
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