Wenger makes promise to Arsenal fans as “#WengerOut” protests intensify

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger [PHOTO: COURTESY]

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is set to announce his final decision at the club “very soon” according to reports.

Wenger is under pressure to leave the club after spending 13 years at the club without the league title.

Yesterday Arsenal went down 3-1 to West Bromwich Albion making the gunners trail 19 points clear from league leaders Chelsea.

"I know what I will do in my future and will let you know soon.

"I don't think today I will necessarily worry about [telling you]. We are in a unique bad patch that we haven't had in 20 years. We've lost game after game and that is much more important than my future," said Wenger after the humiliating loss at Hawthorns.

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