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Arsenal set to announce decision on Wenger future on Wednesday afternoon

Arsene Wenger , who also became the most successful manager in the history of the competition having won his seventh, took his side into the game as considerable underdogs and handed captain Per Mertesacker his first start of the season having lost a trio of centre-halves in the run-up to the final.



Arsene Wenger agrees to stay at Arsenal

FA Cup winners Arsenal will compete in the Europa League next season having finished the Premier League campaign in fifth. Arsenal lost 10-2 on aggregate to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich in the Champions League earlier this year as the north London side crashed out at the last-16 stage for the seventh successive season.


Cleveland Cavaliers win title in six games? Here's how

Cleveland Cavaliers win title in six games? Here's how

Meanwhile, the Warriors have to beat the Cavs for revenge and to justify adding Kevin Durant to the team last offseason. In fact, James is making an appearance in his seventh straight NBA Finals , a record that is both remarkable and testament that he deserves to be mentioned among the all-time greats to play the game.



Arsenal set to rubber-stamp new Arsène Wenger contract

According to Mark Ogden of ESPN FC , the Frenchman and the Gunners finalised the details in November, although no official confirmation has been made by the club, with Wenger's deal to expire at the end of June. Wenger will feel like he's won the battle with the board to stay put, but he may end up being the loser after missing the flawless chance to bow out.



Imperious Nadal chasing French Open decima

Both before the match and in courtside comments following his win, Nadal described Paire as a unsafe opponent, and the Frenchman played with more freedom in a closer second set as the Spaniard lost his edge. "Thiem played an unbelievable match in Rome to just beat him". Now, the 23-year-old has her sights set on repeating her Roland Garros win and pushing on to claim more consistent success at the top of the women's game.


Arsenal agree to sign Nigerian sensation Henry Onyekuru for £6.8m

Arsenal agree to sign Nigerian sensation Henry Onyekuru for £6.8m

The report claims that the versatile 19-year-old will cost Arsenal £6.8 million, but he must first agree personal terms. The player is now on worldwide duty with Nigeria, who take on Togo in an global friendly game on Thursday. Gooners are desperate for Arsene Wenger to splash the cash after a disappointing season the Premier League and in Europe but Onyekuru perhaps isn't the marquee signing many are holding out for.