20 May, 2017
With Arsenal in the FA Cup final this season, the club has a real chance of ending the season with silverware, and Sanchez says it would be a "positive" for the club.
Wenger has faced numerous protests by Arsenal's own supporters this season, calling for him to quit as boss.
Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain will not feature in the club's final Premier League game of the season against Everton, while Laurent Koscielny is a doubt for the home tie.
He is the manager who gave a stadium to the club, won cups, and he has been 21 years in the job.
"Of the season? Yes".
As we know Chelsea lifted the Premier League crown this year and Sunderland, Middlesbrough and finally Hull City sealed their return to the Championships but plenty have a lot still to play for. I think we've just come out of four games in 10 days. "What happens to me after that is less important". "I believe that every big club who plays against him is conscious that at any moment he can score a goal against you through his power, his determination".
"I will be there".
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Arsenal need to beat Everton and hope Liverpool drop points at home to Middlesbrough - or that Manchester City lose heavily to Watford - to make it into the top four.
Having previously boasted a faultless record regarding Champions League qualification, inconsistency in 2016-17 has left the Gunners fifth in the Premier League table heading into the final round of fixtures.
The England worldwide saved 11 of the Gunners' 13 shots on target at the Emirates Stadium, with Wenger's side frustrated until the 70-minute mark when Alexis Sanchez opened the scoring.
Arsene Wenger has responded to former Arsenal captain Tony Adams' claims that he "couldn't coach his way out a paper bag".
Arsene Wenger says that Arsenal finishing outside of the top four will not make the job of convincing Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil to stay any more hard, as the players themselves will have to take some responsibility for that fact. I'm here to serve the club.
A new autobiography by Adams, who is managing Granada in Spain, is being serialised in the Sun.
"At the time, the wages weren't going to be much better, and I was stuck in my drinking and the London life with my mates and family around me. Much as I respected him for his long and successful tenure, my occasional willingness to pass comment on him and the team probably counted against me", Adams wrote in the book.
Unfortunately for Arsenal, it also has the toughest opponent of these three teams: Everton.