Fans of Arsenal will be pleased to know that Arsene Wenger is set to sign a three-year deal with the club, before the Frenchman departs for Brazil on June 10, according to the Daily Mail.
"The Professor" has been rewarded by the Arsenal board with a rumoured £8million-per-season contract after landing the F.A. Cup last Saturday.
The Gunners have been hugely unsuccessful in their bid to win trophies ever since they shifted to their current premises at the Emirates Stadium. Their last piece of silverware came back in 2005 when then captain Patrick Vieira led them to victory over Manchester United in the F.A. Cup final at the Millennium Stadium.
This time around Wenger led his side to what will be known as a tremendous comeback after going two goals down within what was a very sluggish-starting 10 minutes. Goals from James Chester and Curtis Davies placed Hull City in a comfortable position to extend Arsenal's trophy drought.
However Arsenal got back onto the score sheet with a brilliant free-kick from Santi Cazorla which dipped into the right-hand corner of the post at just the right time. A slight touch from Laurent Koscielny then drew Arsenal level in the second half to set up an enthralling period of extra-time
Talismanic Welsh-midfielder Aaron Ramsey finally had all his efforts on goal finally pay off in the added period when he scored what was the winning goal from the edge of Hull's penalty area. A fitting goal for a player who has been crucial for Arsenal's success this season.
The Arsenal board has also announced that they will reward Arsene Wenger with a huge £100million transfer budget for next season in a bid to try and get the Premier League trophy.
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