Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger had a meeting with club owner Stan Kroenke on Monday, which was speculated to decide the Frenchman’s future .
The outcome is still unclear, but the decision rests solely with Wenger and Kroenke and will be made known to directors at a Tuesday board meeting.
New terms were agreed a couple of months ago, but nothing is signed.
Wenger has made it known that he prefers to stay, but the determining factor was how he believed the atmosphere around the club would be affected by him doing so.
Wenger has received a ton of criticism this season, Failure to make it to Champions League football for the first time during his reign added to the call for his ousting.
However, they beat Chelsea on Saturday to win the FA Cup, making Wenger the most successful manager – and Arsenal the most successful team – in the competition’s history.
Kroenke has never expressed a desire for Wenger to go, but certain board members feel the time has come for the Frenchman to leave.
Wenger has been vocal about the uncertainty over his position, which also did not help performances on the pitch and that it should have been resolved sooner.