Date: 27th February 2018 at 8:04am
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The calls for to leave are once again behind heard loudly at the Stadium, with falling to overcome another major hurdle.

A woeful performance in Sunday’s final defeat to Manchester City made it far too easy for Pep Guardiola’s side to clinch their first piece of silverware of the season, whilst leaving Arsenal empty-handed.

It takes Arsenal’s tally of defeats since the start of 2018 to six and have now lost three of their last four games in all competitions, a run that includes a north London derby defeat to and a shocking Europa League loss to Swedish minnows Ostersunds.

Arsenal therefore have plenty of work to do to get back to their best, and things look bleak with ties against Manchester City and right around the corner, which suggests a difficult few months ahead.

Wenger penned a new two-year deal last summer, bringing an end to months of uncertainty, but there has been suggestions that he could leave at the end of the current season- and the Frenchman himself has cast doubt on his future.

Quoted by The ExpressWenger responded to a question as to whether this would be his last season by saying:

“Who knows?”

With now ten points behind fourth-placed Tottenham in the Premier League standings, a return to the next season looks to be out of reach for Arsenal- unless they can win the Europa League this season.