Wenger hints at Arsenal announcement after FA Cup final

Wenger hints at Arsenal announcement after FA Cup final


"Perhaps Arsene thought I might be too challenging for him?"


Adams suggested Wenger might have seen the Double-winning skipper as a challenge, writing: 'My willingness to comment on him probably counted against me'.

Arsene Wenger has singled out Romelu Lukaku for special praise ahead of Arsenal's clash with Everton on Sunday afternoon. You have certainly to know that there are many aspects of a football club which have to be discussed at a board meeting.

Adams is now back in the dugout for the first time since 2011 but his SOS mission at Granada could not have gone worse as he has lost all six of his games in charge and been unable to prevent relegation.

We look forward to the announcement of Wenger's return, as well as the hub-bub following Arsenal's first disappointing match of the season (whether it comes in August or January).

Adams is now trying his hand at managing for a fourth spell, taking over Grenada, who he has helped to relegation with six straight wins since taking over the club.

Arsenal, now fifth in the table, are preparing to host Everton at The Emirates on Sunday afternoon as they look to keep their faint top-four hopes alive with a win.

The Belgium forward has refused to commit to a new long-term contract and has made clear his desire to play in the Champions League, something Everton can not offer.

"I have seen players like Gael Clichy, Hector Bellerin and Kieran Gibbs coming to Arsenal and not progressing as they might have - and Per Mertesacker exposed because of a lack of protection". He will have a test today or tomorrow and then I will make a decision. "You have to be needed". As I always say, it doesn't depend on me. And like you have made a career as a player somewhere, it doesn't give you any divine right to come back. Team's top scorer Romelu Lukaku is widely expected to leave Goodison with Manchester United and Chelsea vying for his signature, whereas Ross Barkley is another player who is causing plenty of interest in the market.

"When it was in their interest to go somewhere else, they went somewhere else".

But the 67-year-old is more focused on beating the Toffees than on his own situation - highlighting his point by having one final dig at Adams. "What happens to me after that is less important".

"If we finish the job well, it can be maximum one point short".