Arsene Wenger discusses his future but no one can agree on anything after Arsenal's FA Cup win

Arsene Wenger discusses his future but no one can agree on anything after Arsenal's FA Cup win

Arsene Wenger has guided Arsenal to a record 13th FA Cup victory, but his future at the team is still very much up for debate.

At a press conference, Wenger declared that his future will “be very clear” following a board meeting on Tuesday.

The 67-year-old has become the FA Cup’s most successful manager as he claimed a seventh winners’ medal. This may be so, but no one can decide on whether he should stay with the club or not.

After such a glorious victory against Chelsea, some people think that he should remain in his role as he’s obviously doing something right.

However, others think that this would in fact be a perfect time for Wenger to bow out, as he would be leaving on a high.

With such an incredible victory over Chelsea, some people are feeling pretty emotional about it all – regardless of Wenger’s future.

The debate feels like it’s been raging for a long time now, so finally Arsenal fans will get some answers in the next few days.

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