Despite this being one of Wenger's worst of the 21 seasons he has been in charge, the Telegraph report that the Frenchman has made his mind up and chose to sign on for another two years.
Despite his success in Germany, the Premier League club are firmly denying the rumours and remain adamant that a mutual decision between Wenger and the club will be made soon.
A sense of clarity over what is happening, and going to happen, at Arsenal is desperately needed, but time will tell if Wenger offers it during the worldwide break with a decision on his future.
Despite all the talk of Tuchel on Monday though, the Dortmund boss is still not the favourite for the job as that title still belongs to Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri.
The Germans are into the last-8 of the Champions League where they will face Monaco and his side have been widely praised for the attacking brand of football they've adopted under Tuchel.
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However, Arsene Wenger has always been one of his favorite targets, and today Mourinho went after him again.
However, conflicting reports indicate that Wenger could still stay on at the Emirates Stadium for another season making their so-called interest in Tuchel somewhat futile.
Whatever, according to West Brom boss Tony Pulis they'll kick-off next season with Wenger still at the helm.
"When pushed on why he felt that way, he added: "Because he told me".