Monday, 26 March 2018

Wenger braced for 'consequences' of Arsenal crisis.

Arsene Wenger accepts he will have to face the "consequences" if results at Arsenal continue to slide, amid speculation that Thomas Tuchel could replace the Frenchman at the Emirates Stadium.

Reports in Germany suggest that the Borussia Dortmund manager has rejected the advances of Bayern Munich to accept the position at the Emirates Stadium ahead of the summer.

Arsenal are currently sixth in the Premier League, 13 points behind fourth-placed north London rivals Tottenham.

That leaves the Europa League as potentially their best route into qualifying for the Champions League, and a failure to win the competition - having defeated Milan in the last 16 - could lead Wenger towards the exit door, though the 68-year-old believes that some of his critics are ageist.

“Look, when you age… you focus on doing well for your club and ignore all the rest," Wenger told beIN Sports.



By Goal.com

Full story at Yahoo News.