Arsenal crashed out of the Champions League in embarrassing circumstances on Tuesday after losing 10-2 on aggregate to German giants Bayern Munich.
Arsene Wenger’s men were up against it having lost 5-1 at the Allianz Arena three weeks ago, but Theo Walcott did give them a half time lead at the Emirates to restore some pride.
However, what happened after that was nothing short of horrendous, as Laurent Koscielny’s red card eight minutes into the second half instigated another complete capitulation, with five Bayern goals in just half an hour condemning the Gunners to the second heaviest aggregate defeat in Champions League history.
And, as a result, manager Wenger’s future is once again subject to debate after overseeing a seventh successive last 16 exit from the Champions League, and indeed another failed Premier League title attempt.
Many supporters vented their anger around the Emirates on Tuesday night, with that display clearly being the last straw for some, yet a two-year contract is on the table for Wenger, whose current deal expires in the summer.
And, having spent over 20 years at the club so far, here are THREE signs that he will indeed pen a new deal at the Emirates at the end of the campaign…