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Bayern Munich takes on Arsenal in UEFA CL

17 February 2017, 03:31 | Joan Schultz

The Frenchman's position at the Gunners helm after more than 20 years in charge is under greater scrutiny than ever after a devastating 5-1 defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Champions League nearly certainly sees them exiting the first knockout stage for the seventh season in a row.

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It's reported that Wenger will leave at the end of the season and snub a new two-year deal worth £16m, while he will not stay on in a different role and so a clean break from the Gunners is expected.

If this does not prompt the Arsenal board or Arsene Wenger himself to effect a managerial change at the end of the season, then nothing will.

"No matter what happens, I will manage next season".

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Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger, has disclosed that he will still be a manager next season, whether it is at Arsenal "or somewhere else".

'I hope in the future, we can this trophy but it is not like they won the European Cup five times before I arrived, ' he said. "I think Madrid played their best game in three months, while we were not at our best tonight - We can compete with them if we play our best football". I am used to it, I am here for 20 years. Everything is judgement and in this job I have to accept that.

The Frenchman spoke to the press ahead of the Gunners' trip to Sutton in the FA Cup, and 36 hours after their crushing 5-1 Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich. "The intelligent thing is for the manager to find the right moment to leave and that's something I think the club will strongly look at, I'm sure".

But, after a 5-1 pounding - their second in two years at the same stadium - Arsenal are staring yet another last 16 Champions League exit in the face. We have to focus on what we can influence, and that is our next game. "To win the Champions League you need to have courage, personality, experience, luck", he said. You have to accept that because you always want to go to the next level.

Arsenal beat Bayern 2-0 in Munich in 2013, but still lost the last-16 tie following a 3-1 defeat in the first leg in London as the Germans went on to win that year's final at Wembley.



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