Gunners manager has been in charge in the capital for 17 years now.
Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger is on the verge of agreeing a new three-year £24 million contract with the north London club to extend the Frenchman’s stay at the Emirates beyond the end of this season, according to exclusive reports in The Times.
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The Gunners are currently enjoying a brilliant campaign under Wenger’s guidance, with the team both top of the Premier League after 14 games, four points ahead of arch-rivals Chelsea in second place, while they have also all but qualified for the next round of the Uefa Champions League.
And now it is expected that Wenger will finally put pen to paper on his three-year contract extension, which he and his bosses have been discussing since October, at some point in the new year, with the 64-year-old’s current deal set to run out at the end of this campaign.
However, if all goes according to plan, then Wenger will have taken his stewardship of the club into a third decade, with the trainer having arrived in the capital to take charge of the club in September 1996.
And in that time Wenger has won three Premier League titles and four FA Cups.
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