Arsene wenger reveals plans he has for arsenal.

The Frenchoman’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 on Wednesday night.

He confirmed at his press conference on
Friday morning that he would make a firm
decision on his position next month or in
April, but was keen to stress that, whether or
not he stays on at Arsenal, this season will not
be his last in management.
“No matter what happens I will manage next
season whether it is here or somewhere else,
that is absolutely for sure.”
Wenger, asked if he was offended by
speculation about his future, continued: “No,
because I’m used to it. I have a big job and I
accept that..and I accept everyone can have an
opinion on me.”
The 67-year-old denied reports of a bust-up in
the dressing room on Wednesday, adding:
“There was no incident in the dressing room,
apart from a huge sadness and
disappointment.
“But we played against a good Bayern team
and sometimes you have to give credit to the
opponent as well.”
The Gunners play National League side Sutton
in the FA Cup fifth round on Monday — and
Wenger said the Bayern result will not affect
his team selection.
He said: “It will be a normal team. Laurent
Koscielny has a scan today. Alexis Sanchez has
a court case in Barcelona and I believe he’ll be
back in training tomorrow.
“Everyone focuses on the next game, to take
care of the consequences a disappointing
result can have on everybody’s spirit and to
make sure we bounce back and focus on the
next game.
“We have to deal with the media and our job
is to and analyse with clarity what happened
(against Bayern). We can’t influence the last
result.”