The Gunners boss publicly stated he would be signing a new deal at the Emirates, but a run of poor results and backlash from the supporters could have changed that.
Everyone remains in the dark on the situation at present, with Wenger remaining tight lipped on the situation.
Even Gunners number two Steve Bould and coach Neil Banfield have no idea if the Frenchman will sign an extension.
Arsenal’s players are also in the dark as to whether Wenger – who has been at the club since 1996 – will agree to stay beyond the end of his contract, which expires this summer.
Arsenal have taken just two points from a possible twelve, a run of form that has seen their title hopes ended and their place in the top four come under threat from Everton.
Failure to beat Wigan in the FA Cup semi final this weekend would also guarantee a ninth consecutive season without a trophy, and put the Frenchman under even more severe pressure.
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