Wenger should extend stay for 2 years

Published On 13 May, 2016 | By Mr Montgomery | Football, Premier League, Sports

Have you ever imagined life without your mum or the head figure in your house? There comes a time in everyones life where we must move out of our parents house (unless you want to be 40 years old jobless living with mum). You share good moments and the bad, hence why Arsene Wenger must understand his time is almost up.

With just over 12 months left in his contract Arsene Wenger may need to think about his next step. There have been amid rumours of the Frenchman signing a new 2 year deal to stay at the Emirates. Wenger replied to those rumours saying “You can treat that as just an invention” not saying yes and also not saying no, that he is going to sign a new deal.

The past 12 years for Wenger have been quite difficult as he hasn’t won a premier league trophy since 2004 and this season was undoubtedly the best chance to win one. With Leicester City winning the title and Tottenham now above Arsenal. Arsenal should have used this season as an opportunity to win the Premier League trophy. With Chelsea Manchester United and Manchester City under performing this season the Premier League looked very open for the Gunners. 

With the recent poor form and a number of injuries, Arsenal need to bounce back next season. What a way for Arsenal to bounce back with Arsene Wenger signing a new two year deal. A two year deal would be great as he will have two season to really work hard and try to finally win the Premier league. If he doesn’t win the Premier league in these two seasons then I’m sure we’ll all be saying #Wengerout!

For Arsene to win the League they need to do something Wenger really doesn’t like doing. That is Spend! Only £10 million was spent last summer and that was for Petr Cech. There are some Players that Arsenal should try and secure. 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: A player who is out of contract this summer officially leaving PSG. Scoring 152 goals in 178 games.

Martin Caceres: The centre back who has been out for the season, is very unsettled at Juventus and has been linked with a move out of the Serie A.

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