Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who recently celebrated his 19 years at the club, has revealed that he has not planned his retirement yet.
According to the Mirror, there are large numbers of Arsenal supporters, who think it is time for Arsene Wenger to step down as his club’s frustrating form continues.
Wenger further said that when he would decide to step down, he would retire for a good, adding that his retirement could be more instinctive and impulsive.
Wenger, who was appointed in 1996, will start his 20th year with Arsenal’s massive game against Manchester United at Emirates Stadium today.
Meanwhile, United manager Louis Van Gaal has declared that he would retire from the Old Trafford in 2017.
Earlier, Arsenal secured an easy 5-2 win over Leicester City in their Premier League clash.
Arsenal are currently at the sixth spot in league table, having 13 points from the seven games which they have played.