Arsene Wenger set to sign two-year Arsenal contract - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is all set to sign a new contract at the club, ending all speculation about his future. However, instead of signing a three-year deal, which he has traditionally signed at the club, the Frenchman is set to be given a two-year contract extension.
According to The Times, an outline agreement has been reached on a two-year-deal, which Wenger expected to sign at the end of the season.
Initially Wenger was offered a three-year contract when negotiation began last year, but as it stands, the Frenchman will commit his future for two years instead.
Despite Arsenal’s 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Chelsea in the Premier League, which raised doubts over his future at the club, the report says, the club’s belief in their long-serving manager, i.e. Wenger, remains unwavering and there is no such requirement to win the FA Cup or finish in the top four of the Barclays Premier Le...