Arsene Wenger held a meeting with Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke on Monday to discuss his future and the outcome will be made to known to the club’s board of directors at their meeting on Tuesday, according to BBC Sport.
The Gunners boss admitted after Saturday’s FA Cup win that an announcement could be expected this week and we are creeping ever closer to finding out if Wenger will indeed stay on or not.
It appears the decision will be made between Wenger and Kroenke and although we are expecting the Frenchman to say on there are reportedly no guarantees that will happen.
The report claims that although new terms have been agreed, Wenger is yet to sign on and he has already admitted he should not have left the uncertainty over his future continue for so long.
The BBC claim Arsenal will make an announcement and release an interview with Wenger on Wednesday and the club will also outline some changes that will occur within the club.
However, the club will not make big changes and will also not appoint a director of football although they could introduce someone to help Wenger out with regards scouting and player contracts.
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Although Wenger has continued to be reluctant to speak out about his future, the feeling has been that he wants to stay and it would still be a big surprise now if the club were to announce he is to leave.