Arsenal News: Alisher Usmanov threatens Stan Kroenke over transfers and Arsene Wenger - Daily Star

The Arsenal boss finally ended speculation over his future by signing a new two-year contract earlier today. It means he will remain in charge at The Emirates until at least 2019. But Usmanov, who tried to buy Arsenal for £1bn earlier this month, has ...

Neil Humphreys: Stop being a dictator, Wenger - The New Paper

Stop being a dictator, Wenger Arsene Wenger (above) needs to sign at least five players to turn Arsenal into serious title challengers next season, says our columnist. PHOTO: REUTERS. Arsenal boss must take a more democratic approach and encourage ...

Wenger signs two-year Arsenal extension - Yahoo7 Sport

Arsene Wenger has ended months of speculation by signing a new two-year deal with Arsenal that will keep the Frenchman at the Emirates Stadium until 2019. Close. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00.

Stan Kroenke: This is why Arsene Wenger is the best man for Arsenal - Express.co.uk

STAN KROENKE, the man with the money behind Arsenal, finally broke his silence yesterday to explain to fans why he wants Arsene Wenger to continue to steer his ship. By Matthew Dunn. PUBLISHED: 00:02, Thu, Jun 1, 2017 | UPDATED: 00:08, Thu, Jun 1, ...

Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss faces huge challenge to win back fed up fans - Daily Star

ARSENE WENGER spoke of his love affair with Arsenal yesterday - but he faces a huge challenge winning back the fed-up fans screaming for a divorce. 0. By David Woods, Chief Football Writer / Published 1st June 2017. Arsene Wenger GETTY. Arsene ...

Arsenal need a summer influx of top talent to succeed under Wenger - ESPN.co.uk (blog)

The fact that winning the FA Cup has not been enough to unify the Arsenal fans behind Arsene Wenger tells you plenty about the scale of the task he faces this summer. Having announced his decision to stay with the club and sign a two-year deal, there ...

Wenger in! Arsenal manager signs two year contract extension - TVNZ

Arsene Wenger will stay on as Arsenal manager, earning a new two-year contract today despite missing out on Champions League qualification. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has added Kim Kallstrom on loan. Source: Associated Press. Arsenal said the ...

Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Messi and the players Wenger could have signed for Arsenal - Goal.com

Now that Arsene Wenger has signed a new contract with Arsenal until 2019, the 67-year-old is likely to turn his attention to the transfer market. If any aspect of Wenger's coaching career has been consistent, it is his ability to spot talent. What is ...

Thierry Henry admits Arsene Wenger must win Premier League title after extending Arsenal stay - Mirror.co.uk

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry believes Arsene Wenger must win the title after signing a new two-year deal. The Frenchman finally ended speculation over his future on Wednesday by putting pen to paper on a contract extension. The deal will take Wenger ...

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal wages through the years: These figures are staggering - Express.co.uk

How much has Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger earned with each contract signed at the Emirates? Play slideshow. Arsene Wenger 1996. Getty Images. 1 of 8. 1996 – First contract at Arsenal: Three year deal worth £500,000-a-year. Arsene Wenger 1996 ...

'Best man' for the job - Two more years for Wenger as Arsenal chiefs keep faith with manager - Hong Kong Standard (press release)

Arsene Wenger has signed a new two- year deal with Arsenal that will keep him at the Emirates Stadium until 2019. The 67-year-old Frenchman's contract was due to end at the conclusion of the current season and his future had been the source of ...

New deal for Wenger after Arsenal says no better alternative - The Herald

Even as dissent mounted against Arsene Wenger and the Premier League title drought reached 13 years, Arsenal's leadership concluded there's no better manager for the London club. Looking back on a 21-year association with Wenger, Arsenal was ...

Wenger signs new two-year deal with Arsenal - Eyewitness News

Arsene Wenger's contract was due to end at the conclusion of the current season and his future had been the source of speculation for months. Arsene Wenger. Picture: @Arsenal. Arsenal · Arsene Wenger. Email; Print ...

Wenger says Arsenal have “unlimited ambitions” after renewal - Teamtalk.com

Arsene Wenger insists there are no limits to Arsenal's ambitions after he signed a new two-year deal to continue as manager of the Gunners. The 67-year-old had been widely expected to extend a reign already lasting more than 20 years and confirmation ...

Arsene Wenger will rip up Arsenal's wage structure and break the bank in transfer fees to sign world class stars ... - The Sun

EMMANUEL PETIT claims Arsene Wenger will rip up Arsenal's wage structure and break the bank in transfer fees to sign world class stars this summer. The Arsenal legend challenged the Emirates chief of 21 years just two months ago over his plans for the ...

Arsenal chief Alisher Usmanov: Why I'm pleased Arsene Wenger has signed a new deal - Express.co.uk

ALISHER USMANOV says it's important the Arsenal board give their full backing to Arsene Wenger after he signed a new two-year deal. By Dan Gibbs. PUBLISHED: 20:22, Wed, May 31, 2017 | UPDATED: 20:29, Wed, May 31, 2017 ...

Wenger's Arsenal stay confirmed - The Hindu

Arsene Wenger will stay on as Arsenal manager, earning a new two-year contract on Wednesday despite missing out on Champions League qualification. Arsenal said the 67-year-old Frenchman secured the extension after a full review of the club's activities ...

Arsenal stars Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil team up in bid to land themselves £350000-a-week new contracts - Mirror.co.uk

Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have joined forces to try to squeeze mega-deals out of Arsenal. The Gunners ' two biggest stars are entering the final year of their contracts, and both want in excess of £350,000 per week to make a further commitment. It ...

Van Persie, Henry and Arsenal's best transfers under Wenger - Goal.com

With Arsene Wenger agreeing a two-year renewal to his contract as Arsenal boss, all eyes will be on his activity in the transfer market as he seeks to make strides on a disappointing 2016-17 campaign. 'You don't sack world-class people!' - Arsenal chief.

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For a few minutes on Saturday evening, it seemed even Arsenal would succumb. The club's longtime manager, Arsene Wenger, was sitting in front of members of the news media at Wembley Stadium, reflecting on his team's victory in the FA Cup final against ...