Posted on Saturday, 26th January 2013 by Tony Merakli
The Frenchman faces possibly his toughest challenge as Arsenal boss as looks to claim yet another top four spot, something he has managed to do, consecutively, in the past 15 years and end the club’s daunting seven year trophy drought.
His current contract is set to expire next summer and has yet to be offered the chance to extend his stay, leaving many to believe that he could well be on his way out after the conclusion of next season’s campaign.
PSG, Real Madrid and newly Schalke have all reportedly been monitoring Wenger’s situation. However, the 63-year-old insists he will not swap Arsenal for Schalke or any other team for that matter, claiming he will honour his contract.
Quoted in the Daily Mirror today, Wenger said:
‘I have a contract here and I will respect my commitment to this club, always.
‘The Bundesliga is a very interesting championship, but I think the Premier League is a better one.’
So whether we like it or lump it, don’t agree or agree with how the team are moving forward, Wenger will be at the helm until at least 2014.
Hopefully, within this time, he manages to achieves what we all want.
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