According to The Times, Stan Kroenke, Arsenal’s majority shareholder is believed to have prepared a deal extension of two years to the gunner boss’s current deal, which will end next summer.
Kroenke wants an answer from the Wenger by October to make sure that he has time for a replacement if the Arsenal boss declines.
The 66 years old Frenchman, was being subjected by a minority of fans, calling him to step down at the Emirates, in April.
But the majority of the Gooners raised up in support of Wenger and stood against anti-Wenger protesters.
Many thought that this was the Gunners’ year to claim the Premier League trophy by taking advantage of Chelsea, Manchester United, and Manchester City’s gradually decreasing form.
Instead, they were beaten by shock winners Leicester, and lost against their rival Tottenham too, who are all set to finish the league above them, for the first time in 21 years.
But Arsenal are planning to shell out 80 million in the summer on Granit Xhaka, Alvaro Morata, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Kroenke was also targeted by protesters. Though he hopes that the club can make a strong start in the 2016/17 campaign and also perusing to sign and a fresh contract with Arsene Wenger.
The Times also reports Wenger has the full support of the Arsenal board, as he qualified the team for the Champions League for 19 years in a row.