Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hit back at the club's legend Ian Wright claiming that he is not ready to quit his position as the handler of the Gunners.
After Arsenal's two straight defeats against Watford and Chelsea, former Arsenal player Ian Wright revealed that Wenger will be facing the exit doors at the end of the current season in the Premier League at the Emirates.
But on Saturday after steering his side to a 2-0 victory over Hull City in a Premier League match, the 67-year-old Frenchman denied speaking to the ex striker about his future at the Emirates stadium.
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“Me and Ian didn’t talk in private and I didn’t give any indication about my future.
“We had question and answers with members of the Diamond Club, so there were many people there.
“We had a little dinner before the event, but not the two of us. I appreciate very much that people want me to rest absolutely, but I’m not ready for that.” Wenger explained
Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger’s Gunners' contract is up this summer and he has yet to sign a new two-year offer on the table.