Aaron Ramsey: We have let the manager down


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly turned down the chance to become the highest-paid manager in the world in order to stay with the Gunners until at least the end of the season.

A report in Italy claims that Juventus Coach Max Allegri has told friends he will join Arsenal in the summer.

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The 67-year-old veteran will see his current deal expire at the end of the season, but there is widespread talk that a new two-year contract is on the table for him and it's down to him if he chooses to accept it.

Halfpenny added: "We respect what Arsene Wenger has done for our club but there are numerous managers out there that are more than capable of improving Arsenal, making us a force to be reckoned with again and perhaps more importantly, restoring our pride". Wenger himself uncharacteristically ended a press conference early following the defeat and many are starting to take these as signs that his time has come to an end.

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Arsenal fans have heard the speculation of a lucrative offer from China to Arsene Wenger, but they're not buying it for one minute.

Wenger himself has confirmed that he wants to continue managing next season, regardless of whether or not that is at Arsenal.

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Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona have all made approaches for Wenger in the past and while Real look like they are happy with Zinedine Zidane, there is a possibility that Bayern and Barcelona's interest could be piqued should the Frenchman exit the Emirates.