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Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss' agent might be discussing move elsewhere - Paul Merson

20 March 2017

But Wenger isn't saying whether his reign will be extended into a 22nd season, or even if Arsenal wants him to stay.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has made a decision on his future and will make it public very soon.

Alexis Sanchez equalised for the Gunners but a fourth loss in five league games left Wenger's record of reaching the Champions League in every season of his reign in peril.

Wenger is under increasing pressure from Arsenal fans to leave the club he has been at for nearly 21 years. "I will think he is the greatest manager Arsenal have ever had". And they failed to progress beyond the Round of 16 in the Champions League again after getting humiliated 10-2 by Bayern Munich over two legs.

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Ozil has yet to start a game for Arsenal since their 5-1 loss at Bayern Munich on February 15, missing a couple of games with an illness.

More anti-Wenger banners were held aloft by Gunners fans in the closing stages at The Hawthorns, while in the first half two planes pulled banners overhead - one criticising the Frenchman and the other supporting him.

A 20th successive season of Champions League football in 2017-18 hangs in the balance but Wenger does not think that is all for the club.

When Arsenal replace Wenger, the club will undoubtedly take a step back.

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Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri is the bookmakers' favourite to be the next Arsenal manager.

He added: "Very soon, but I'm not necessarily anxious about my future right now, when we are in a unique bad patch where we haven't been for 20 years".

The 26-year-old twice evaded Oxlade-Chamberlain from set-pieces to power home past Petr Cech and David Ospina. "We've worked on that but you have to have someone who wants to head it and you have to have the quality that comes in".

Unlike Albion, who have now equalled last season's points' total of 43, Arsenal had no one with that same desire.

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