Tony Pulis Reveals Arsene Wenger Told Him He Will Stay at Arsenal

Tony Pulis Reveals Arsene Wenger Told Him He Will Stay at Arsenal

"Don't worry, I know what I will do in my future". So, you will soon know. "I don't judge other people", said Wenger.

Many fans would think that, after such a awful result, that decision would be to leave the club.

The vast majority of Arsenal supporters have finally lost their patience with the Frenchman, who has been in place since 1996, as they fear that the Gunners will never improve with Wenger in the dugout.

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has said he hopes manager Arsene Wenger will stay on past the end of the season.

"I'll be surprised if he goes", Pulis told The Sun. Asked why he thought Wenger would stay, Pulis said: "Because he told me".

A mass "Wenger Out" protest was held prior to their Champions League second leg mauling to Bayern, while a banner flew over their defeat at West Brom at the weekend saying 'No Contract #WengerOut'. A plane was flown over the stadium that read: "No contract #Wenger Out".

Eighth-placed West Brom suffered consecutive defeats to Crystal Palace and Everton before beating Arsenal, to virtually assure themselves of survival this season with 43 points on the board.

With this in mind, we're sure everyone can appreciate the irony of the advert - featuring Tottenham's Harry Kane and the word "celebrate" - which coincidentally appeared slap bang in the middle of a Telegraph story on Wenger's desire to stay with the club.

The Arsenal board had insisted that the final decision would not be exclusively on Wenger as to whether or not he stays after this season (despite it being public knowledge that they have offered him a new contract).

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