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01 June 2017, 01:15 | Stacy Ballard
Wenger is hardly known as a big-spender but without the Champions League next season, he's going to need to make quite a gesture if he's to keep hold of them.
The Arsenal board meets on Tuesday in the United Kingdom and the fans are likely to know one way or another whether the most successful manager in the club's history will stay put, work alongside a technical director or in fact become technical director himself to work alongside a replacement manager.
Wenger's side could have been forgiven for arriving at Wembley on Saturday at a low ebb after last weekend's devastating failure to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years.
Following Wednesday's long-anticipated announcement from the club, and Wenger physically putting pen to paper, the Frenchman will remain in charge until June 2019.
Despite his disappointment at missing out on the Double, Conte said Chelsea's feat of winning the Premier League with a record 30 wins meant it was still a season to savour.
The Wenger debate has divided the club's supporters this season, creating what Wenger describes as a "hostile" environment which has effected his players. "We know this team has suffered".
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his team's FA Cup win was the best presentation he could give for a new contract.
Wenger added: "Once the game starts and you are a fan, you stand behind the team, that is what I have not accepted this season and I will never accept it".
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