It seems Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger might not be leaving after all. Reports making the round have it that he has agreed to remain manager for 2 more years.
The manager said after the FA Cup win on Saturday that a decision will be made at the Board meeting that will be held today.
The Frenchman has always insisted he is the right man for the job and it seems the man who calls the shots agrees.
According to The Telegraph, the new deal was offered by majority shareholder Stan Kroenke. This new deal is said to be subject to formal ratification at a board meeting on Tuesday lunchtime.
It is been reported that Wenger’s core powers – coaching, picking the team and directing the transfer strategy – will not be affected and that his wish not lot let any of his core staff leave against his will will be granted.
The Telegraph also reported that the club is still looking at candidates for a new sporting operations role.
Except there is a change of heart on the part of the manager, an announcement will be made tomorrow and Wenger and Kroenke are expected to outline their vision and determination to make Arsenal again challenge to win the Premier League.