The 64-year-old has extended his stay at the Emirates.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has signed a new contract with the club that will keep him at the Emirates Stadium for the next three years.
Arsene Wenger has agreed a new three-year deal to remain as Arsenal manager until 2017. #AFC
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) May 30, 2014
BBC journalist David Ornstein says that the Gunners are likely to officially announce the new deal on Saturday, but Wenger will be staying in north London for the foreseeable future.
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) May 30, 2014
Wenger’s current contract with the club expired this summer and the 64-year-old has always made it clear that he would wait until the 2013/14 season had finished before deciding on his future.
Yet after guiding the north Londoners to their 17th consecutive year of Champions League qualification and ending what was approaching a nine-year trophy drought by winning the FA Cup, the Frenchman clearly decided he wanted to stay a little longer.
Wenger took charge of the side back in 1996, guiding them to three Premier League titles, five FA Cup trophies since then and also the Champions League final in 2006.
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