Arsène Wenger’s future is a hot talking point at the minute, so it’s no wonder everyone will be asked for comments on the situation.

That extends across Europe as well as in England, as no manager on the continent has stayed in their current roles as long as the Arsenal manager. Approaching 20 years, this could end up being Wenger’s last season.

Quite the contrast on Wednesday then, as Barcelona boss Luis Enrique is still in just his second season at Camp Nou.

Barcelona haven’t had a manager stay over five years since legendary player and coach Johan Cruyff ended his eight-year stay at the club in 1996.

It’s hardly a surprise that Enrique wouldn’t stay for as long as Arsène has, who would? The day and age of that sort of manager is over, it is likely to die as a part of football when Wenger’s reign at Arsenal does come to an end.

That may not be just yet, though. The Arsenal boss still has a year remaining on his contract and there’s nothing to stop him staying beyond that if he sees fit. When he does go, however, the story will be an enormous one all over Europe.