Arsene Wenger is set to remain at Arsenal for another year despite recent protests calling for him to leave after this season.
Arsenal have lost four of their last five games in the Premier League and managed to bow out of the Champions League round of 16 for a seventh year in a row.
Thus, more fans have joined the campaign for the Frenchman to step down following two decades in charge of Arsenal, especially after the 3-1 loss against West Bromwich Albion.
But according to the Express, Wenger and the club’s hierarchy have reached an agreement over a one-year extension to his contract.
The report is claiming that the Gunners boss was initially offered a new two-year deal to remain at the club but he has opted to stay on for 12 more months.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri had been deemed as the favourite to become the next Arsenal boss for the past couple of months.
And if the latest report is anything to go by, fans calling for Wenger to leave the club this summer are likely to step up their protests.