Shocking reports coming from the Emirates indicate that Arsenal’s board has agreed to offer Arsene Wenger a new two year deal. This is coming at a time when the fans of the Gunners have showed their displeasure at the manager’s reign.

Arsenal’s home games has been marred by series of protests organised by anti-Wenger fans who do not want the Frenchman to be offered a new deal.

Arsenal are going through a crisis as the club’s recent result has been very dismal. Their 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace showed a club in trouble, and if the situation is not arrested quickly, it may lead to serious damage.

It would take a turnaround in fortune for Arsenal to qualify for next season’s Champions League as they currently trail their fellow top four contenders.

According to the reports, even if the Gunners do not qualify for the Champions League Wenger will still be in charge for the next two years.

However, Wenger would have to work with a director of football who would be in charge of player’s recruitment and assist Wenger to buy better players.

The Club is set to announce the manager’s new deal, but want to wait until they have a director of football and announce them together.

It will be interesting to see how the fans will react.


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