Arsenal Supporters' Trust want to see Wenger out


Arsenal have started 2018 in awful form and the pressure on Arsene Wenger's position is looking like it finally may reach breaking point.

On the contrary, Arsene Wenger's side have experienced very less in the positive point of view after succumbing to a fourth straight defeat across all competitions.

Some furious fans are demanding Wenger's head, with reports claiming he could be shown the door with a year remaining on his Emirates contract.

He added: "We are talking about shall he quit or not - I can never say that".

The outcry of Arsenal fans come after the club lost to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final, again to City in the league and more recently against Brighton & Hove Albion.

That humiliating defeat has piled more misery on Wenger, who must win the Europa League to save his long-held position at the club.

"Look, I can understand the frustration, it is hard to recover from what happened to us last week - we are going through a tough time".

'But we have to give our best for as long as we can.

While fan discontent will seem like nothing new when it comes to Arsenal, a major development is the fact that the results of the survey will be brought forward to the Gunners board. You knew they could play free-flowing football but you would also physically be in for a tough game. "We go in fighting and look to win every game", he told the official Arsenal website.

It's been a disastrous season for Arsene Wenger and company, as the Gunners have little to no hope of finishing in the Premier League top four.

It's coincided with a terrible spell for the Gunners that has seen them lose to Man City in the Carabao Cup final and on Sunday lose their fourth game in a row with defeat to Brighton.

Defender Calum Chambers, who started at right-back at Brighton, also said the team could put things right.

The bookmakers favor AC Milan in this match for a reason, as they are playing in a much better form than their rivals from London, while Arsenal is having huge problems with their defensive work and injured players.