No truth in Tuchel to Arsenal reports

No truth in Tuchel to Arsenal reports

No truth in Tuchel to Arsenal reports

But having been at the club since 1996, Arsenal are the only Premier League team Wenger has known, and even his staunchest critics can't deny the success he's brought to the club.

OLIVIER GIROUD says his fellow Arsenal players want to see under-fire boss Arsene Wenger sign a new deal and stay with the club. If the club finishes outside the top four and if they don't qualify for the FA Cup, then Wenger is going to leave the club for good. At the Saturday match, supporters hired a plane that flied over the stadium with a banner that read "No Contract - No Wenger".

The Gunners are reported to have contacted the Borussia Dortmund manager in order to find Arsene Wenger a successor.

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Wenger said on the weekend: "It will not necessarily be linked with that [Champions League qualification] because I've done the top four 20 times".

With supporters seemingly more against him staying than leaving these days, questions have been raised about the Arsenal players and their commitment to the cause, with our Monday Verdict suggesting some form of player revolt.

Normally one who plays his cards close to his chest, Wenger seemed to hint his time was up after his side were humbled 3-1 at West Bromwich Albion. We have a big fight, I agree with you and it could be very hard now. It's not the last result that will decide what I will do, ' he said. So, you will soon know.

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"I hate the planes that fly the messages across the ground", Neville said on The Gary Neville Podcast.

Arsene Wenger's side produced a poor display, particularly, in defence as they once again crumbled to another defeat on the road - their third consecutive loss. "I have talked enough about that".

But Wenger is not bothered about missing out on Europe's premier club competition.

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