Arsene Wenger to discuss future at board meeting after FA Cup final

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Unfortunately for the Gunners it does seem too late and therefore although the players certainly haven't given up, numerous fans already have.

He hopes that the club will finish in the top-four for the 21st consecutive season.

Both teams are battling it out to qualify for next season's Champions League with just one point separating them as they go into their final league matches this weekend and although the Reds are now in pole position, Redknapp admits that "stranger things have happened". Those struggles have led to chants, signs and protests of "Wenger out" from Arsenal fans who think it's time for him to depart the club, and there is no telling if winning the FA Cup would ease the pressure. "I can not tell you that", the Arsenal manager said flatly.

"Back in the day I said in an interview coaching wasn't Arsene's strong point", he wrote in a new autobiography being serialised in a national newspaper.

Watford are dealing with the aftermath of the announcement that manager Walter Mazzarri will leave at the end of the season, and Wenger said: "I'm always sad when managers get sacked".

Sanchez also defended Wenger - and said that even if Arsenal improve their squad in the summer transfer window it may not be enough to convince him to stay.

Asked if he had been hurt by Adams, he said:" "No. I don't know [how you should interpret it].

"I am respectful to everybody. And they behave like they want to be at the club", Wenger said. For me it's a subject of no interest. I think in every team they always buy more players.

Cape Town - Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams has criticised manager Arsene Wenger for not allowing him to return to the club in a coaching capacity.

After disappointing spells at Wycombe, Portsmouth and Azeri side Gabala he is now in charge of Granada.

"It's a crucial game for us".

However, Wenger gave conflicting messages on whether the decision would be made at the meeting itself.

But that hasn't stopped the 50-year old going in on his former boss Wenger.

"In a football club today, you have to employ people who can help you to be successful". "You have to be needed".

Rob Holding is probably the man most likely to make way as Nacho Monreal adds balance to the back three with his left foot and Shkodran Mustafi should keep his place on the right. That's what it is.