Arsenal’s majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke, is reportedly set to travel to London to discuss Arsene Wenger’s future at the club in the coming days.

  • Kroenke owns 66.64% of Arsenal’s shares
  • Wenger’s contract runs out at the end of the season
  • Manager claims to have made decision
  • Majority shareholder set for talks with Wenger ahead of FA Cup final

The American businessman is supposedly aiming to be in town ahead of Arsenal’s FA Cup final clash against Chelsea on 27 May.

While in London, Kroenke reportedly plans to sit down with Wenger and discuss whether the Frenchman should extend his current deal with the Gunners.

Wenger’s contract at the club runs out this summer and since Arsenal’s season has been one of the worst of his 21-year reign, for the first time, there’s been serious talk about Le Professeur leaving.

The general feeling is that the boss will extend by at least a year. However, nothing’s been announced, despite Wenger claiming that he’d made his decision after the West Brom loss in March.