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After 20 years at the club, there’s a growing feeling both within and without that Wenger may have taken the club as far as he can.
It’s no secret that Arsene Wenger is in the final year of his contract at the North London club, and his reluctance to rush into a new deal has caused some serious speculation over what will be his next move.
With a new two-year deal placed on the table by the club’s hierarchy, the French tactician is still keeping them hanging with one thing seemingly keeping him from committing his future beyond this summer. Wenger himself has previously stated that he wants to ensure the club’s star players sign new deals before he does, but now according to the Mirror he has opened up to his close friends about the biggest reason for him holding off on staying.
Currently serving a touchline ban, he had to take a seat to watch his side take a huge blow in their title hopes, losing to Watford at the Emirates Stadium.
According to the Mirror, the amount of abuse he is receiving from the fans is starting to get to him, and is taking its toll. So much so that it may force him to walk away at the end of the season.
It would seem that some of the personal slander towards him from frustrated fans has finally got to him and at his age, he’s quite simply had enough.
Clearly now taking his time over making a decision, Wenger has said that he could leave his final decision until April.
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