Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted his side’s FA Cup final against Chelsea could be his last Arsenal game but insists he will continue elsewhere.
The Gunners face the Blues at Wembley with the Frenchman still to commit to a new contract to prolong his stay.
Arsene Wenger has admitted the FA Cup final against Chelsea could be his final game in charge at Arsenal.
The Gunners boss has yet to commit to a new contract and once again failed to confirm whether he would be staying on at the Emirates.
Asked whether Saturday could be his last game in charge of Arsenal, Wenger refused to be moved on the matter.
“I don’t know,” he said. “It will not be my last match anyway because I will stay in football.”
Wenger must contend with a crisis at centre-back with Gabriel now joining the suspended Laurent Koscielny on the sidelines with Shkodran Mustafi also set to be absent.
“Gabriel is out for 6-8 weeks. We had a scare about his cruciate but it’s medial. He avoids surgery,” Wenger revealed.
“Alexis Sanchez is OK, Oxlade-Chamberlain is in contention for final. Mustafi is still sick and hasn’t trained yet.”