3 changes Wenger must make at Arsenal to save their season

"We have just extended the contract", said Wenger, as quoted by the Daily Mail.

When he came into the Premier League, Wenger brought with him a revolution of flair-filled football, partnered with a possession-based mentality.

Bellerin spent eight years developing at Barca's La Masia academy before making the switch to England six years ago, and the Spain worldwide has since established himself as one of the Premier League's finest full-backs.

Arsene Wenger has revealed that he is exhausted of addressing the protests by a significant number of Arsenal fans over his future at the club.

"Nothing is good enough anymore".

And he insists the under-fire Frenchman is doing exactly the same to Arsenal after yet another season of disappointment.

The news regarding Elneny is a major boost for Wenger as the French manager previously feared the Egypt worldwide would out for longer. Our job is to do as well as we can until the end of the season. However, Arsenal's defence continues to give away goals and continues to make a lot of unnecessary mistakes. Bellerin could hold that position down for many many years to come and so I think Arsenal will have to do well to reject the Spanish giants approaches.

Transfer talk aside, Wenger is looking forward to this weekend's trip to high-flyers West Brom, and with two games in hand on fourth-placed Liverpool, all three points are absolutely crucial for the Gunners.

Fan protest against Wenger has reached new heights recently, especially after Arsenal exited the Champions League at the last-16 stage for the seventh straight year.

Once an academy prospect at Barca, Bellerin signed a new contract at the Emirates in November which keeps him at the club until 2022 on over £100,000-a-week.

  • Angelo Rivera