Arsene Wenger offered huge deal to quit Arsenal

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Arsene Wenger has been offered an incredible £13million-per-season to ditch Arsenal for former club Monaco.

According to the Times, chiefs from the French club are trying to tempt the long-serving Gunners boss with a huge contract, absurd bonuses and a sizeable transfer kitty.

Monaco, who are owned by a Russian billionaire, would give Wenger a whopping £120million to spend on new recruits, to join an already talented squad boasting the likes of Radamel Falcao and Joao Moutinho.

Current manager, former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri, is all but certain to leave the principality, and Wenger has been earmarked as the number one replacement.

However, despite the incredible financial offer, Wenger has stated his intention to stay in North London on several occasions, and the three-time Premier League winning manager rarely breaks his word.

Though yet to put pen to paper, Wenger has hinted that he will do so shortly - to mixed reactions from the Arsenal faithful.

But should Arsenal fail to win the race for fourth and lose at Wembley to Hull City, many have suggested Wenger may walk.

Failure to win the FA Cup would see the Frenchman complete nine seasons without a trophy - incredible given he won 11 honours in his previous nine seasons.

The Gunners have their destiny in their own hands, and kick-off their final three Premier League games of the season against Newcastle on Monday night.

A victory against the struggling Magpies, as well as wins against West Brom and Norwich, will see Arsenal once again qualify for the Champions League.

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