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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has made a decision on his future and will make it public very soon.

"I know what I do", Wenger said after today's 3-1 loss at West Bromwich Albion that saw another wave of fans' protests - in the skies over the Hawthorns and in the stands. I doubted it more before the FCB game, strangely.To quit on a low is not Wenger.

Asked why he was so convinced, Pulis added: "Because he told me".

The last time Arsenal lost four out of five league games was April 1995 - one year before Arsene Wenger arrived at the club.

Rival groups of Arsenal supporters paid for planes trailing banners that were both critical and supportive of him to fly over the stadium during Saturday's game.

But the club have denied a claim on Monday that they have approached Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel as a possible Wenger replacement.

According to report, a two-year deal was on the table but the 67-year-old has agreed to sign a contract which will keep him at the club for another campaign.

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Wenger is under increasing pressure from Arsenal fans to leave the club he has been at for nearly 21 years.

Sitting six points adrift of fourth-placed Liverpool - albeit with two matches in hand - a 20th successive season of Champions League football in 2017-18 hangs in the balance.

There is no question that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is under fire.

As of right now, Arsenal sit sixth in the Premier League standings and are in real danger of not qualifying for next year's Champions League, which requires a top-four finish. "I believe again it's very hard to take these things seriously".

But the Frenchman seemingly has the support of his players, with compatriot Giroud in no doubt that Wenger is still the best man for the job. 'It's not the last result that will decide what I will do. "No one wants to see Arsenal play like that, especially me".

There was even a chorus of, 'You don't know what you're doing, ' from Arsenal fans when a hobbling Alexis Sanchez was substituted.



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