Video: Arsene Wenger Says He’s Made His Mind Up on Arsenal Future

Video: Arsene Wenger Says He’s Made His Mind Up on Arsenal Future

Arsene Wenger insists he’s made his mind up on his future at Arsenal.

The Gunners boss spoke to the press post-match at the Hawthorns after his side lost 3-1 to West Brom.

It was a disappointing performance from Wenger’s men as they came off second best to the Baggies all afternoon, ending with a result that leaves them five points off the Champions League spots.

Wenger’s future is always a talking point, particularly after bad defeats.

But we were surprised to hear him give a small update on it when speaking after the game:

Here’s Wenger in his post-match press conference:

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Wenger has been in charge of the club 1996 and it would be a shame to see him leave on the back of a witch hunt like the current one he finds himself at the centre of.

But it looks increasingly likely that he won’t be at the Emirates next season – so maybe fans will get a decision soon so they can give him the send-off he deserves in the remaining games?

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