Credible reports coming from the Emirates indicates that the Gunners board have already concluded plans to offer Arsene Wenger a new deal. The deal is said to be a two year offer which they believe would be enough time for the Frenchman to prepare his replacement for a smooth take over.
The reports from a close pal of Arsenal board member claims that the Gunners have already decided to extend the Wenger’s deal by two years, and all that is left is an official announcement.
Arsenal have not won the league title in 13 years, and this has divided the Gunner’s supporters. With some supporting Wenger while others want to see his back.
This revelation will come as a shock to many fans of the club who have been protesting at the Frenchman’s continuous reign as the club’s manager.
Wenger has been identifying summer targets for the club, and many speculated that he would not be part of bringing any player to the club, but this news lends credence to the rumours that the manager will stay on.
The Gunners are planning a major overhaul this summer, and the club’s board looks like they trust the Wenger to handle the task.