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Highly ambitious Parisian giants, PSG, are reportedly chasing long standing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger’s coveted signature, according to The Sun
The 67 year old manager is the longest serving gaffer in the North London club’s history, having spent twenty years at the helm. Only Alex Ferguson at Manchester United has worked longer in the Epl.
Arsene has of late borne the brunt of sharp criticism after the club lost ground to rampaging Chelsea at the top of the table. Many pundits have questioned the French manager’s ability to rally his troops enough to mount a sustained onslaught towards the title.
Arsenal has been roundly condemned for capitulating at Goodison Park and at Manchester City, underlining their perennial inability to beat top four top rivals, a factor hindering their ascendance to the throne.
The report states that Wenger’s £160,000-a-week contract expires at the end of the season and the club’s directors are still in the dark as to the manager’s future plans.
Whilst Arsenal’s trophy cabinet has been barren for the last decade, Wenger is credited for having revolutionised the way soccer is managed in England and paving the way for other continental coaches.
Having won doubles in 1998 and 2002 , Arsene crowned it all by leading the invincibles to an imperious and historic undefeated march to the title in the 2003/04 season.
Arsenal supremo, Ivan Gazidis, has come out in full force, supporting the beleaguered team. In his latest update to the shareholders Gazidis said(as per Goal.com)