Wenger confirms Arsenal stay

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has again stressed that he has no plans to walk away from the club this summer.

The Gunners boss will become the Premier League's longest serving manager next season following the decision of Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson to retire at the end of the campaign.
A number of Europe's top sides will be changing managers this summer. Jose Mourinho is set to leave Real Madrid, Pep Guardiola will take charge at Bayern Munich, Carlo Ancelotti rates his chances of staying at Paris Saint-Germain as "50-50" and Premier League rivals Manchester City and Chelsea are both on the lookout for new bosses.
Wenger has been linked with a move to PSG, but the Frenchman insists he has no desire to leave Arsenal.
Writing in his blog for the French Eurosport website, www.eurosport.fr, Wenger said: "The rumours about my future? It does not bother me, it is part of the interest of the footballing public. You have to live with it and try to educate people.

"I answered this question several times by saying that I have always respected my contract and I will continue to do so.
"There will undoubtedly be a rotation of coaches, with a game of musical chairs.
"It concerns a lot of people but it is a rotation with respect to big-name coaches, so no matter where they go, there will always be great coaches everywhere."
Arsenal take on Newcastle in the Premier League on Sunday and a victory in their final game of the season will be enough to secure a top four finish and a place in next season's Champions League.
Punters may wish to use their free bet to back the Gunners to take all three points at Newcastle as the home side are no longer on danger of suffering relegation to the Championship following Wigan's midweek defeat at the hands of Wenger's side.