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ARSENAL - Wenger to decide his future in March or April: "I care of this club, I'll be managing next year""

17.02.2017 10.25 by Chiara Biondini  read 510

Arsene Wenger has confirmed that he will decide his Arsenal future in March or April, but WILL be managing next season. Asked by Sky Sports' Gary Cotterill if he feels if he might have had enough, he said: "No, no matter what happens I will manage next season, whether here or somewhere else. "I speak to the board but I don't want to speak about how they view my future. What's important is the club, not my future."

"It is important for the club to make the right decision for the future. I did not work here for 20 years not to care. "I had many opportunities to go somewhere else but I care for this club and its future. It is important to be in safe hands."

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