Sanchez and Ozil futures don't depend on Champions League, says Wenger

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, said a decision on his future at the club would be made at a board meeting after their FA Cup final against Chelsea on May 27.

Arsene Wenger's record of delivering Champions League football every year since 1998 hangs by a thread as Arsenal prepare for Sunday's final game of the season against Everton.

Their likelihood of earning a top-four finish for the 21st consecutive year all depends on the outcome of games featuring Liverpool and Man City, as well as their own encounter with Everton.

The Arsenal manager said: "There are many aspects to be discussed at a board meeting".

"I think it (the board meeting) is after the FA Cup - yes", Wenger confirmed.

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There is an emerging school of thought that qualification for the European Champions League is no longer quite the financial and commercial boost that it used to be, given the galactic increase in Premier League TV money showering fortunes on all 20 clubs from 2016-19. For that to happen, they need to finish level on points, goal difference and goals scored with either City or Liverpool.

Is he really waiting to see what happens in these last two games - at home to Everton on Sunday and the FA Cup Final against Chelsea a week later - before settling on what he will do?

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Growing discontent among Arsenal supporters this season has led to widespread protests for Wenger to leave his post, with planes being chartered to carry "Wenger Out" banners the latest way for Gunners fans to express their displeasure over the club's progression under his guidance. "We are on a good run and that's all we can do".

'Actually in the original draft, I said he couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag.

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Arsenal have played many important fixtures during Wenger's tenure. Look at Tottenham: even though they have yet to win anything under Mauricio Pochettino, they finished fifth in his first season at the club, third in his second, and they will finish second this season.

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"We just want everyone to play 100% in their last game, that is usually the way in England".

But when asked if a lack of Champions League football could make it harder to keep them, Wenger said: "No, because they are part of the results as well".

'It all left me feeling that I would never get a chance in any capacity while Arsene was there.

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