Arsene Wenger has refused to discuss his future, saying it’s not what happens with him personally that’s important, but what happens to the football club.
After two poor results and performances in the last 10 days, leaving Arsenal more or less out of title contention, pressure and criticism of the Frenchman has intensified this week, but he would not be drawn when asked about his intentions.
Speaking at his press conference earlier today, he said, “Once again, thank you for caring about my future, but that’s not the most important thing.
“My future is in front of me every time I make a half-turn. What is important for me is that Arsenal Football Club does well, and I dedicate my whole energy to the club doing well.”
Pressed further, he remained adamant that he would not be giving any indication as to what might happen when his contract expires in June.
“I answer that question every week and nothing has changed compared to last week,” he said.
“That’s basically it. I think Arsenal is made of special strength and that strength as well is to be united when it doesn’t go well and that’s what we want.
“It’s very nice for you to care about how I feel, but it’s not the most important.
“I am a professional and I have to do a job and that’s what I want to do.”
It’s still all up in the air, but here’s a poll asking what you think Arsene Wenger will do. Not what you want, but what you think he will do.
Interested to see what the consensus is on this.