Arsene Wenger is believed to have agreed a new two year deal following talks with the Arsenal owners, but must rehaul the squad in the meantime.
There has been much speculation regarding the future of Wenger in recent months, with many fans even moving to protest that he leave, as well as flying a banner over the stadium during their recent loss to West Brom.
Following the match, the Gunners boss moved to reveal that a decision would be announced on his future soon, further adding fuel to the speculative fire, and the news sources have all made their own claims.
Originally it was stated that he had agreed a one-year extension, and the latest was a supposed two-year deal having been agreed, and the latest agrees with the latter.
Crunch talks have supposedly taken place between Wenger and club owner Stan Kroenke, and the duo have managed to agree a new contract which will see Arsene stay in charge until the summer of 2019, whilst also agreeing to rehaul the squad.
Alexis Sanchez is already expected to leave the club at the end of season, having so far refused to extend his contract which is due to expire in under 18 months time, while a number of others are also linked with exits.
The Chilean looks to be the first name out the door this summer, and should reports prove to be true, he may be followed by a number of fellow team-mates.
Many Arsenal fans will be frustrated with the decision to extend his contract, but they will be happy if the rehauling reports prove to come true, with many of our current crop seemingly weak mentally, and not good enough to lead us to Premier League glory.
We need a new striker, a new holding midfielder and a replacement for Alexis who has that special talent, and we also need more leaders brought into the side who can fire us up on the pitch, while also replacing any of the dead wood.
Would you be happy knowing that the squad will be getting a rehaul, even if it is still the same man in charge? Can Wenger turn it around and leave us in a strong position in two years time?