Posted on December 22, 2016 by ADMIN

Will PSG interest give Arsenal’s #WengerOut fans their wish?

Paris Saint-Germain are claimed to be ready to pull out all the stops to finally bring Arsene Wenger in from Arsenal this summer.

The French giants are struggling in Ligue 1 this term under Unai Emery, who joined from Seville to take over from Laurent Blanc in the summer, and they now find themselves in the battle to return to the top of the table.

PSG currently sit seven points behind Nice in first, with Monaco sitting between the pair, and appear likely to invest in their squad next month, and are already strongly linked with Julian Draxler.

The German winger is known to have been a long-term target of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who they are now said to be strongly interested in attracting to the Parc Des Princes.

The Arsenal manager has revealed previously that he has turned down the advances of the French club, but he is well into his final year of his contract, with no official news of an extension being on the table.

The PSG owners are claimed to be looking to offer Arsene a pay rise to make the switch to his homeland, with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi ready to go on a huge spending spree to enhance his club’s dominance on home soil, with the likelihood of progressing in their bid to win the Champions League.

Arsene Wenger has brought plenty of glory to the Gunners, from winning the Premier League whilst going unbeaten, before helping the club through an important phase in their history, guiding them through tough financial issues whilst building the new top of the range stadium, and still kept us in the top four throughout.

I fear the day when he finally does leave the club, as I’m not sure any other coach could keep us challenging for honours like we are whilst sticking to the budgets of the current owners.

Are you #WengerOut or #Wenger in? Do the out fans really believe we could improve under a new manager with the same financial policy in place?

Pat J

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9 thoughts on “Will PSG interest give Arsenal’s #WengerOut fans their wish?

  1. Arsenal_Girl

    On the other side, I think that a lot of top managers would be attracted to coming here. £9 million per year, stay as long as you like (as long as you keep us in top 4), winning trophies nice but not necessary.

    Also, I do not solely blame Kroenke anymore. He didn’t stop us getting Xhaka, Mustafi, Ozil, Alexis (all over £30 million). I still hate Kroenke but Wenger could have got us a Top DM and a Top forward we really needed.

    So, if Wenger leaves I will say thank you for the trophies but it’s time to move on.

    And if we somehow win trophies this season I will happily admit I was wrong because all I crave are trophies

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  2. Ramterta

    will wenger want to go to a club where he is stressed about winning trophies and buying players?.
    Does wenger want to break SAF club record?
    Definetely yes?
    The psg interest probably does nothing to change wenger’s mind

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  3. aluz

    Why would Wenger leave his comfort zone? He would risk exposing his underbelly in a club hungry for perrenial success.

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  4. ThirdManJW

    Challenging for honours? Did I just read that! When do Arsenal challenge for honours! Last season was our first second placed finish in a whopping 11 years, but still no where near winning the league. I think the last time we even saw a QF in Europe was 6/7 years ago. We’ve only won 2 trophies since 2005, and no major trophies since 2004. I honestly cannot remember the last time Arsenal were genuinely competitive.

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  5. RSH

    Arsene Wenger going to a club where he is expected to win and do well in UCL? Never gunna happen. That contract extension is being written up right now.

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  6. marty53

    It’s not a case of being Wenger-Out or Wenger-In, surely there comes a time when a manager has taken a team as far as they can and I think that’s what has happened to us. Other teams over the last few years have progressed whereas we have sort of stood still. A new manager can give a club the impetus to kick on by having new ideas etc and I would love to see Diego Simeone come in. He may not be to every ones liking but he is a street fighter and perhaps that is what we need.

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