The stars arriving and exiting the Emirates Stadium.
A 3-0 loss to Everton in the Premier League on Sunday has left Arsenal’s title hopes certainly in tatters and now their Champions League credentials are also in doubt.
For a side that topped the division for so long this is a hugely disappointing fall from grace and unless the Gunners triumph in the FA Cup it will be a ninth straight year without a trophy as well.
Therefore this summer could be a busy one at the Emirates Stadium and here are five in and five out for the club.
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Let’s start at the top and with a manager who is beginning to look a little lost at a club he has brought so much success to since taking charge in 1996.
There is no doubting Wenger is a brilliant boss, but what is approaching a decade without silverware is grating on the fans and despite having the full backing of the board, the 64-year-old’s pride may see him depart at the end of the campaign.
This could be especially tempting for Wenger if, as reported, the long-term wish to manage the French national team is granted to the coach after the 2014 World Cup.