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Arsene Wenger to quit at the end of the season?

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Gunners boss Arsene Wenger may leave the club at the end of the season, with TuttoMercatoWeb claiming that the Frenchman is considering his next move.

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Wenger, in his 1000th match in charge, watched his Arsenal side get taken apart by Chelsea on Saturday, with the 6-0 scoreline making it a day to forget for the 64-year-old.

But it is not the first time Arsenal have been picked open by their top four rivals, with Liverpool coming away with a 5-1 scoreline last month, while Manchester City also dealt out a 6-3 smashing back in December.

These results have reportedly had Wenger consider his long-term future at the club, as with every damaging and humiliating defeat, the calls for his head grow louder and louder.

The veteran Frenchman joined the club way back in 1996, and although many Gunners fans have been quite vociferous with their calls for him to quit, Arsenal without Wenger would be as bizarre as it was for Manchester United fans when the great Sir Alex packed up his things and head upstairs last summer.

But is it time for a change in North London?

What do you think? Should Wenger finally call it a day? Who could take over at Arsenal? Let me know in the comments below…

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