Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is reportedly set to make a decision on his future in March or April, although latest indications suggest that he will leave.
The 28-year-old was, according to The Sun, at the centre of a row in the Arsenal changing room after their 5-1 humiliation by Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.
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Martin Keown believes that if Wenger stays at Arsenal for long, he will undo whatever he has done at the club during his first eight years as manager.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has debunked claims that there is unrest among his players while hinting he could quit the club.
Wenger has also been harshly criticised by Arsenal fans at the Emirates, with several banners starting to pop up asking the manager to resign.
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"No matter what happens, I will manage next season. I felt the third goal was a killer for our players and after that we had no response", Wenger said.
Indeed Kroenke angered Arsenal fans when he made it clear previous year he had no interest in matching the big-spending of City and Chelsea, who've won six Premier League titles between them since 2004, with the USA businessman saying: "If you want to win championships then you would never get involved". He says he will still be managing next season so I am assuming that to mean he will still be at Arsenal. "I am here for 20 years".
"All the rest of it is judgement and I am in a public job and I have to accept that".
Arsenal will be looking to return to winning ways in Monday's FA Cup encounter with Sutton United, but may have to make do without the services of Laurent Koscielny, with the centre-back to undergo a scan after suffering an apparent hamstring injury against Bayern. Pressed on that further, he responded: "I don't know". We have to focus on real problems, the way we play football and not my future.
On his time in North London, which has seen Wenger win three Premier League crowns and six FA Cups, he said: "I hate defeat, I hate to lose games".
Robben scored the last time the team's met when Bayern routed the Gunners 5-1 in Munich in November 2015 during the group stages after Arsenal had won 2-0 in London. I feel a big responsibility. "To win the Champions League you need to have courage, personality, experience, luck", he said. "You have to accept that".