Arsene Wenger will reveal his future with the club within the next few days after months of speculation and protests.
The Frenchman has spent 21 years as the manager of the Gunners, and yesterday became the most successful manager in FA Cup history, claiming his seventh title.
Despite the success, this has been one of the most difficult seasons as a manager for Arsene Wenger. For the first time in his Arsenal reign, Wenger has failed to lead his men into the Champions League, while seeing great rivals Spurs finish above them for the first time under his stewardship.
This has seen protests against the 67-year-olds tenure reach an all time high. After toying with the fans for a number of months by saying he will reveal his decision ‘soon’, Wenger has finally announces when he will reveal his decision.
“I have kept my medal so that means it is a special night,
“For the rest, we will see what happens.
“Let us enjoy this win and not worry about the future.
“We have a board meeting on Tuesday, and on Wednesday or Thursday it will be very clear.”
It is widely thought that despite the protests that Wenger will sign a two-year contract extension.