Arsene Wenger has reportedly agreed to sign a new two-year contract at
The offer of a new deal is said to have been on the table for a while now, but now it appears that Wenger has made up his mind about his future.
According to “The Telegraph”, the contract will be formally ratified at a board meeting after Wenger was given assurances that any structural changes to the club will not affect his ability to make key decisions.
The publication states that chief executive Ivan Gazidis has been mulling over potential candidates for a new director of football – a role which Wenger has
It has been reported that if a new person is being introduced to the club, they will have to help Wenger with the workload, Wenger is still expected to oversee normal activity as a coach and also make key decisions in transfer making.
The Frenchman, who has been in charge of Arsenal for 21 years, failed to guide the club into the top four of the Premier League and finished in their worst position in the league in 21years, but they sealed a record 13th FA Cup with a 2-1 victory over Chelsea last Saturday at Wembley.
Wenger’s new deal is expected to be announced on this week