According to Sports Mole, the Frenchman has told his backroom staff he will not resign at the end of the current campaign.
Arsenal fans have been calling for him to end his 22 year stay following a run of four successive defeats across all competitions. The 68 year old signed a new two year deal with the north London club last summer and supporters feel he is not the right man for the job.
Away to Brighton, the Gunners suffered 2-1 defeat, a loss which left Wenger’s men 14 points off the Champions League place and 33 behind league leaders Manchester City.
It is reportedly Wenger has told his coaches the club will have to sack him if they are to get rid of him as he is ready to see out the remainder of his contract before reviewing his future again in the summer. A number of key directors have begun to lose faith in Wenger, but would still prefer him to step down rather than take the decision to sack him. Former Arsenal chairman, Peter Hill-Wood, who appointed Wenger in 1996, believes it’s time for a change of manager at the club
Wenger, who conceded defeat to the race to top four following Sunday’s defeat which take his side to San Siro on Thursday to take on Ac Milan in Europa League first leg round of 16 tie.