Reports this morning claim Arsenal have offered manager Arsène Wenger a new contract which is expected to keep the 67-year-old at the Emirates Stadium until 2018.

Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown is of the belief that his former manager, Arsène Wenger, will pen a new two-year deal at the club this summer.

Following Saturday’s 3-1 defeat in the hands of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Arsenal’s Premier League title hopes look over for another year as supporters began to show their discomfort towards Wenger once again.

Despite that, the highly revered Frenchman still has plenty of support at the club and has to be respected for what he has done for Arsenal since arriving over 20 years ago.

The biggest fear however in the Arsenal board is that they don’t want to to suffer the same crisis their rivals Manchester United are going through after Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013.

Arsenal host in-form Hull City next Saturday, looking to bounce back from the deflating Chelsea defeat.

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