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Arsene Wenger agrees to new deal with Arsenal

31 May 2017

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has largely been supportive of Wenger but the South Africa-born administrator admitted to fans in April there would have to be changes even if Wenger stayed.

They finished the league season with five successive victories, but it was not enough to carry them above Liverpool to take the fourth and final Champions League spot.

The positive finish to the season certainly helped to make the meeting run smoothly, although there has always been the sense that Kroenke was ready to stand by Wenger.

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Arsenal's board met on Tuesday to discuss their out-of-contract manager but the club would not confirm reports he had agreed a prolonged stay. Arsenal didn't end up with either player. "I'm here for whatever the team needs and I have shown that during the season".

"And then (Aaron) Ramsey was off-side because he was interfering in play".

Not Bad: Arsene Wenger lifts a record seventh FA Cup last weekend at Wembley and has signed a contract extension which will keep him at the club until 2019. We knew they would play well as they have the last weeks.

While Wenger will make the final decisions on those moves, the board will probably want to hear his plans.

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It's understood there is a contract on the table for him to sign - which he is expected to do so.

The 67-year-old has been in charge of the London club for 21 years and his contract expires next month.

Chelsea were expected to pressurise the Gunners backline early on, but it was Arsenal who started brighter and were in front inside four minutes.

Had the Gunners turned it on as they did at Wembley in the rest of the season they would have undoubtedly improved their position.

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