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By Staying Together, Arsenal and Arsène Wenger Stand Apart - New York Times

The club's longtime manager, Arsène Wenger, was sitting in front of members of the news media at Wembley Stadium, reflecting on his team's victory in the F.A. Cup final against Chelsea. His winners' medal, still in its case, was safely stored in his ...and more »

Arsenal putting off the inevitable by retaining Wenger - The Japan Times

LONDON – A saga of almost elephantine pregnancy proportion mercifully ended on Wednesday when Arsene Wenger signed a new two-year contract with Arsenal. The would-he wouldn't-he inquisition started over a year ago and the back pages have not let it go ...and more »

OFFICIAL: Wenger signs new two-year Arsenal deal -

Arsenal have confirmed that manager Arsene Wenger has extended his contract at the club until 2019. The Gunners made the announcement on Wednesday after Goal had earlier revealed that the Frenchman had agreed to two more seasons at the helm. Arsenal ...and more »

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

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 ...and more »

Arsene Wenger continues to defy the scariest job chart in sports - Business Insider

Wenger has now been the manager for Arsenal for 21 seasons in a league where job security is almost non-existent. That tenure that is now expected to reach at least 23 years if he completes his latest extension. How long is that? The other 19 clubs ...and more »

Jeremy Corbyn on Wenger, grassroots football and Labour's Istanbul moment - The Guardian

When we read that Jeremy Corbyn had made a commitment to investing in grassroots football, we reached out to his team to see if the Labour leader would like to talk football to Copa90 about sport. He accepted our offer and, on the morning of the FA Cup ...and more »

Arsene Wenger signs new Arsenal deal, extends stay at Gunners by two seasons - ABC Online

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

Arsenal to replace Arsene Wenger with Eddie Howe in two years' time - Metro

Arsenal are reportedly looking to bring in Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe as Arsene Wenger's successor when his new two-year contract comes to an end. Paul Pogba issues cryptic response after being dropped by Jose Mourinho. The Gunners look set to ...and more »

Arsene Wenger has agreed to a two-year contract extension at Arsenal FC - Business Insider

Arsene Wenger might be celebrating a new deal just days after winning a record seventh FA Cup title. Mike Hewitt / Getty Images Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly agreed a two-year contract extension after meeting club owner Stan Kroenke on ...and more »

It's official: Arsene Wenger is staying at Arsenal for another 2 years - Business Insider

Arsene Wenger Arsene Wenger's latest Arsenal deal will not expire until June, 2019. Gareth Copley / Getty Images Arsene Wenger has signed a two-year contract extension at Arsenal, the club has announced. The 67-year-old has been the focus of media ...and more »