Gunners boss ready to walk away from the Emirates Stadium if goals are not met.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is apparently ready to quit the Gunners if he fails to guide the Emirates Stadium side to a top four finish AND an FA Cup Final triumph according to Goal.com.
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Wenger, who is closing in on 18 years as Arsenal manager, has reportedly told friends that he will leave the club if he fails to meet his own personal targets.
The 64 year old’s contract expires this summer but is considering calling it a day and the ‘toxic’ atmosphere emanating from the stands is apparently a factor in his decision making process.
Arsenal fans are understandably unhappy about their side’s nine year silverware drought and the next four matches will seemingly decide Wenger’s fate.
The north London club face home fixtures with Newcastle United and West Brom before finishing the Premier League season with a trip to Norwich City before facing Hull City in the FA Cup final having beaten the Tigers 3-0 last weekend.
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