Date: 8th March 2018 at 6:45am
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Arsene Wenger’s future at remains under serious doubt, with having lost all four of their recent matches across all competitions- and already losing eight times since the turn of the year.

A huge amount of pressure is upon the squad ahead of Thursday’s showdown with AC Milan, where a heavy defeat could prove to be the breaking point for the long-serving French manager’s relationship with the club.

is likely to continue his managerial career elsewhere though and French giants Paris Saint-Germain have long been touted as a potential destination for the 68-year-old. However, French football expert claims are no longer seeking his services.

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live after PSG’s loss to Real Madrid, which sees the giants once again bow out of the Champions League prematurely, he said:

“No. They have tried twice in the past to get him, but he is not someone they are looking at.”

Serial winner Unai Emery is likely to be replaced in the French capital this summer after his failures on the continent, added to the fact that Monaco pipped to the title last season.