Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger claims he doesn’t know if he will stay at the club for the next season or not.
“You [journalists] are always worried for headlines but I speak about football not about my future,” he told the press-conference.
“We are going through a very difficult situation so what needs to change is a result in the next game.”
Arsenal lost both first and second leg clashes against Bayern Munich (5-1, 1-5), leaving the Champions League in round of 16. Losing the two-game tie with an aggregate score of 10-2, Arsneal set an anti-record for English clubs in the European football arena: not a single English club had previously lost a tie with a goal difference of 8.