Arsene Wenger could quit Arsenal this summer, claims Ray Parlour

Arsène Wenger could quit Arsenal in the summer if he feels it's time to leave, says Ray Parlour

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger Photo: The Sport Review

Arsene Wenger could leave Arsenal at the end of the season if he feels that he can’t take the club forward any longer, according to Ray Parlour.

The Gunners head to Wembley to face Wigan in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday as they look to end the season with a trophy after falling off the pace in the Premier League.

If he thinks he can’t take the club forward in the summer – he will walk away

Ray Parlour

Arsenal had led the top flight for much of the season but a run of just one win in six games has dropped Wenger’s side down to fourth place.

And former Gunners midfielder Parlour feels that the Frenchman could call time on his spell in charge of the club in the summer if he believes that there is no more room for progress.

“It’s such an important week for Arsene Wenger as a manager,” Parlour told the Daily Star. “He looks like a broken man sometimes.

“How many big games now have some of his players failed to turn up in? He will be trying to put that right.

“But if he thinks he can’t take the club forward in the summer, he will walk away. He’s in a situation now in his career where he’s a bit older and he has his health to consider.”


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