Goodbye Arsene Wenger? As Frenchman Set To Leave At The End Of The Season

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Arsene Wenger is reportedly wanted by Inter Milan and AC Milan as speculations over his Arsenal future continues.

Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal since 1996 but his future at the club is in serious doubt for the first time since he moved to North London.

He has suffered criticism from some sections of Arsenal’s fan base for his failure to guide us to challenge for major titles and it is believed he is seriously considering his future.

Although he isn’t expected to make a decision until April, Arsenal are already looking for potential replacements should he decide to step down and Wenger who revealed he won’t be retiring even if he leaves Arsenal is already attracting interest from two of Serie A heavyweights.

According to Tribal Football, AC Milan and Inter Milan are both interested in signing Wenger should he leave Arsenal.

AC Milan boss Vincenzo Montella is reportedly under pressure at Milan due to his team’s inconsistent performances this term and incoming owners Sino-Europe could replace him with Wenger at the end of the season.

Inter Milan are also keeping an eye on Wenger despite current boss Stefano Pioli doing well. It is claimed their owner Suning group won’t pass up the opportunity to sign a big manager like Wenger should the opportunity arise.

Wenger who is currently under pressure at Arsenal has revealed he’s had several offers to quit Arsenal in the past and at 67, he is still attracting interest from a lot of clubs.

Arsenal don’t want the French man to leave and have already offered him a new two-year deal but the final decision has been left for the boss to make. Hopefully he decides what’s best for the club.


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