Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is currently under fire for most his tactical approaches to games, and fans have called for him to quit the Emirates stadium
This term, the Gunners have limited or no hope of winning any title after suffering an embarrassing 5-1 first leg defeat at Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League.
On Saturday, March 4, 2017, the Gunners suffered an embarrassing 3-1 defeat in their Premier League tie at Liverpool, a game which infuriated more Arsenal faithfuls.
Although there are calls for Wenger to leave, here are four reasons the manager will stay for at least another season as Arsenal manager.
1. No pressure
Since Arsene Wenger became the coach of Arsenal in September 1996, the club's management has never pilled any pressure on him which means they are satisfied with his services.
There is also a two-year contract extension on the table for the 67-year-old as his current contract expires at the end of the current season.
2. The Frenchman is used to criticisms
Arsene Wenger has adapted to heavy criticism from many Arsenal fans around the world as he has never been frustrated or threaten to leave as a result of being badly criticized.
3. Winning the UEFA Champions League
On May 17, 2006 Spanish giants Barcelona came from one goal down to beat Arsenal 2-1 in the UEFA Champions League final, and ever since then Arsenal have not made it to the final.
Wenger said after the game in Paris that he would love to win the Champions League title before leaving the Gunners and this could prompt him to sign a contract extension at the end of the season.
4. Pre- season arrangement
Arsene Wenger is reportedly making plans for pre season tournament with many believing that the 67-year-old will sign another contract at the Emirates stadium. He was said to have been involved in booking hotels for the Gunners' pre season tour.