Arsene Wenger suggested his future could be decided after the FA Cup final against Chelsea on May 27, with a board meeting planned with the club’s hierarchy.

However, the Gunners boss was somewhat cryptic when asked about the nature of the impending meeting, hinting that talks could be on the club’s plan moving forward as well as his own immediate future.

“There are many aspects of a football club which have to be discussed at a board meeting. One of them is, of course, what is happening with the manager, the future, the players who have to come in, the renewal of contracts. You don’t miss problems in a board meeting,” he said, as reported by ESPN.

Wenger has been tipped to sign a two-year deal at Arsenal to future-proof the side for his inevitable departure and says next Saturday’s board meeting might decide whether he stays or goes.

When asked if an announcement of his future would be made after the talks with the board, Wenger responded: ” “Yes, of course.” The Arsenal boss did add that he “cannot tell you” if Sunday’s clash with Everton would be his last game at the Emirates Stadium as manager.

Arsenal have two of the biggest games of their recent history given they haven’t finished outside of the Premier League top-four under manager Arsene Wenger.

The impending FA Cup final gives them a chance to continue adding to the trophy cabinet, strengthening the manager’s position going into contract talks.