Wenger affirms commitment to Arsenal
By Football News
Arsene Wenger has dismissed speculation linking with him with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the off-season.
The Arsenal boss has been widely linked with a switch to the Parc Des Princes, with current PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti expected to leave at the end of the campaign.
But Wenger, whose contract at the Emirates Stadium expires in June 2014, has insisted that he has no intention of making an early exit.
"I'm preparing for the next match and next season with Arsenal," Wenger said after his side's 1-1 draw with Premier League champions Manchester United.
"I've always seen my contracts through, and it's not at my age that I'm going to change."
Wenger had been the subject of much ire from Arsenal fans earlier in the season, with many supporters unhappy with the lack of significant investment in players and a paucity of success since their FA Cup win in 2005.
A run of just one defeat in their last 13 matches looks to have calmed tensions, with Wenger's side in a good position to ensure qualification for next season's UEFA Champions League. These recent results have led to reports in the French press that the Arsenal hierarchy is set to hand Wenger significant financial backing in the next transfer window.