Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will decide on his future in the next few months after their embarrassing 5-1 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League at Allianz Arena this week.
The result has seen Arsenal succumb to Bayern Munich in a familiar fashion after a decent first half performance. The result has shown what it takes the club to get back to Europe’s elite as it was a clear exhibition of passing and attacking by Bayern in their rout against Gunners.
The defeat has brought a large section of fans together who are asking the Frenchman to leave the club and they are evidently seen in anger after being knocked out of the Europe’s biggest competition after one leg as Arsenal will now need a miracle to turn the tie around and win to progress to quarterfinals.
Arsenal will now be eliminated in the round of 16 for the seventh successive season and there has been little improvement in their performances over the past seven years. The Gunners have seen a dip in form since December as they have lost their way in title challenge and the fans are adamant after seeing a similar fall once again this season.
Defeats to Watford and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, do not help Wenger’s cause either as some of the former Arsenal players has revealed that the defeat at Allianz Arena is the “lowest point” in Wenger’s incredible managerial career.
Speaking to a German TV show, the Frenchman has revealed that he will decide on his future “in March or April probably”. It would be difficult for the club to find a potential replacement for Wenger who has worked as manager for Arsenal over 21 years and it remains to be seen if a replacement can be found in such short period.
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