Arsene Wenger to reveal his Arsenal future

Doug Mendoza
June 1, 2017

Having now won more FA Cups than any other manager in history and providing incredible consistency since first taking over in 1996, the 67-year-old is generally expected to remain in charge.

Arsene Wenger will reveal his future with the club within the next few days after months of speculation and protests.

"I don't think I can answer that question at the moment", he told reporters at Wembley after Saturday's game.

Yet Wenger has been loyal to Mertesacker despite his struggles, handing the World Cup-winner a new contract earlier in the campaign. I don't know if I'm capable but I have done it for 15 years. "Let's enjoy the win tonight and not worry about the future". It seems written in the stars for the Frenchman to extend his stay at the club but signing off with a record FA Cup win would also be the flawless way to end his Gunners reign.

"I am a forgiving man", he said.

"I'm sure he wants the best for the team and if he thinks that is the way to go you have to go with it, we are a team".

"Am I the right man to lead this club further?" "It would be a bit ridiculous that 20 years depends on one game and that the future of the club depends on one game". "It's not about popularity, it's about competence".

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He described the criticism he had faced as a "disgrace" in a BBC interview broadcast prior to the final and returned to the theme after lifting the trophy.

"For once I have kept my medal", said the Arsenal manager, who usually gives them away to staff members. "The only thing I advise to young coaches, if you have tendency to paranoia, don't do this job".

"That's what I did not accept during the season and I will never accept it".

The 30-year-old has thus been linked with a move to several clubs in Europe, with Liverpool and Manchester United the most interested sides in the Premier League.

He complained, with justification, that Alexis Sanchez's fourth-minute opener for Arsenal should not have been allowed to stand due to a "very clear" handball, but admitted his team's start "wasn't good enough". His critics have called for him to leave at the end of the season following Arsenal's demise in the league and Europe but his substitution minutes after Diego Costa's equaliser saw Olivier Giroud find Aaron Ramsey with a pin-point cross to give Arsenal a lead which they certainly deserved following their first half chances. "Numbers in the squad and also quality".

"Anything can happen but I have always said I feel very, very loved by the fans here and every time I have played I have shown I can play at the top level in this team".

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