The Gunners boss may have managed to brush aside calls for him to hang up his boots last season, after Arsenal won the FA Cup, but when it comes to doing well in the big money competition that all the shareholders care about his record is pretty poor in the Champions League.

Arsenal failed once more last night to make it past the last-16, and despite a valiant effort winning 0-2 in Monaco they still found themselves out of the competition based on the away goal rule after Monaco one the first-leg at the Emirates 1-3.

This now makes five years that Arsenal has failed at this stage in the competition despite having spent £72.5 million on Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.


This has prompted bookmakers to cut the odds on the 65-year-old Frenchman being in charge at the Emirates next season with William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly predicting this could be the end for Wenger saying: ‘Arsenal’s hoodoo continues and it may be another manager who is tasked with taking the Gunners to the next level.’