Olivier Giroud: Arsenal players all want Arsene Wenger to return as manager

Arsenal fans embarrass themselves with ‘Wenger out’ and ‘Wenger in’ banners flown over Hawthorns

Arsenal fans embarrass themselves with ‘Wenger out’ and ‘Wenger in’ banners flown over Hawthorns

According to the British newspaper, the Arsenal board are happy to notice a certain change in Wenger's "mood" over the last few days, after their hammering at the hands of Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League 2016-17.

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.

Arsenal's current malaise is statistically the worst since Wenger arrived in 1996 and has led to widespread questioning of the players' conviction in their manager's approach.

"He surrounds himself with yes men".

Sutton thinks that Wenger's last 13 years at Arsenal have been a disaster, while he feels the Frenchman is not having his decisions challenged behind the scenes as he has appointed coaches who will not disagree with him.

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West Brom manager Tony Pulis claimed after the Baggies' 3-1 win over Arsenal on Saturday that Wenger revealed to him he is eager to carry on in charge of the North London club. I'm surprised Steve Bould [Wenger's assistant] doesn't get hold of him and say this is the reality.

"We hope we can win the cup and that Arsenal qualify for the Champions League", the France global told Canal Plus. They have just accepted mediocrity. The club has won won the Premier League since 2004.

If Wenger has chose to sign a new deal at the club, announcing as much isn't likely to help in regards to the recent protests, but the uncertainty over his future is equally problematic.

They face Manchester City in the semi-final at Wembley on Sunday, 23 April (15:00 BST).

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