Arsenal exited the Champions League at the last 16 stage for the seventh successive season on Tuesday night following a 10-2 aggregate hammering at the hands of Bayern Munich.
The Gunners had it all to do going into the second leg at the Emirates, having lost 5-1 at the Allianz Arena just three weeks ago, but Theo Walcott’s 16th goal of the season gave them a glimmer of hope in what was a promising first half.
However, Laurent Koscielny’s debatable red card eight minutes into the second half completely changed the game, as from then on Bayern were clinical and Arsenal were hopeless, with Robert Lewandowski netting the resulting spot-kick, and then further goals from Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa, and two from Arturo Vidal adding to Arsenal’s misery.
Unsurprisingly, the result has been met with outrage from Arsenal fans, and Wenger’s future as manager is once again hot topic up and down the country after a seventh successive last 16 exit, and their chances of playing in the Champions League next term hanging in the balance given that they are fifth in the Premier League.
Wenger has yet to sign a new deal at the Emirates, and with just a few months to go until the end of the campaign, here are THREE signs that he won’t be Arsenal manager next season…