Report in BBC claim Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has put to pen a new two year contract at the Emirate Stadium after having discussions with the club’s broad.
The departure of the French manager from the Emirates Stadium has dominated the headlines, but it now seems Wenger will remain Arsenal’s manager for the next two seasons after signing a new two year contract.
It thought that Wenger discussion with the club high shareholder Stan Kroenke was friendly and a new two years deal was agreed.
The French manager contract was due to end in few days, which will have put to an end is 21-year stay will the club.
Wenger admitted after the FA cup victory over Chelsea that he regrets delaying his contract talk for this long, as he said as quoted by ESPN:
“For me, the contract does not have special meaning but, because of the debate, maybe I should have sorted that out earlier,”
However, Wenger future claim that his contract talks didn’t have any effect on how his players performed during the just concluded season.
“I just told them to focus on what is important, our future, the future of the club, whether I stay or not. The players play for their future, for their next season,” he went on.
“I love my job and I love to win. I love to build, I love to get people going and I love what I do. I invite you to live with me one day and one thing you cannot question is my commitment.”
Arsenal wasn’t in their best of form this season. In the light of that, the North London outfit failed to qualify for the Champions and will have to be limited to play in the Europe League next season.