Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that the decision on whether he remains at the club will be made in a post-FA Cup final board meeting.
The Gunners take on Chelsea in the final at Wembley on May 27, while their final Premier League outing of the season comes against Everton this weekend.
There has been so much speculation about whether he would end his 21-year reign as Gunners boss after what has been a disappointing campaign, but the club could still finish in the top four if results go their way this weekend and claim some silverware at the end of the month.
That could then convince the Arsenal board that the Frenchman is worthy of having another crack a Premier League title the north London outfit have not won since 2004.
Speaking at his press conference ahead of the clash against the Toffees, Wenger was asked if this would be his last match at The Emirates, to which he replied: “Of the season? Yes.”
He was then the pressed further. Ever?
“I can’t tell you that.”
Wenger was then asked what will happen in the upcoming board meeting, replying: “I don’t know. There are many aspects of a football club which has to be discussed at a board meeting. One of those is what happens with the manager.”
One thing is for sure, if the board haven’t decided already then the next two weekends will arguably be the biggest of Wenger’s Arsenal tenure.