With the summer transfer season now in full swing, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has signed a new contract with the club which grants him two more years as Gunners manager. This was reportedly done after a closed-door meeting.
According to reports, 67-year-old Wenger met with majority shareholder Stan Kroenke on Monday following which, the club confirmed that Wenger’s contract will be extended by two years.
Arsenal has been able to salvage a satisfactory performance this year after they beat Premier League champions Chelsea a the FA Cup finale last weekend.
Wenger has been repeatedly criticised for Arsenal’s poor form this season when they were not able to finish in the top 4 position of the Premier League table. They fell just one point short of Liverpool.
Arsenal has missed out on Champions League qualification for the first time since 1996.