Arsenal fan behind the 'Wenger out' banner to get a tattoo of the French manager

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“Arsene, thanks for the memories but it’s time to say goodbye.”

Twitter user DeejayDt’s banner is now world famous after he unfurled it during Arsenal’s match against Hull earlier this month.

He is just one of many Gooners that believe that it’s time for their manager, Arsene Wenger, to step down as Gunners boss after 20 years in charge.


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With the north London club being comfortably beaten by Barcelona in the Champions League, humbled at home by Watford in the FA Cup and trailing league leaders by 11 points it’s likely that they will end the season trophy-less.

And that’s not good enough for some Arsenal fans, including DeejayDt.

However, despite his insistence that Wenger should leave, it now seems as though the Arsenal supporter is about to get a tattoo of the French boss.

And it’s all thanks to Jamie Vardy.

When DeejayDT saw Vardy entering the Olympiastadion pitch in Berlin for England against Germany, he tweeted: “If Vardy scores I'll get Arsene Wenger tattooed on me.”

It didn’t take long for Vardy to do just that. Three minutes, in fact, before the Leicester striker produced a sensational back-heel to score past Manuel Neuer.

“You got to be kidding me.” was his next tweet, immediately after his original one.

Unsurprisingly, DeejayDT was bombarded with people asking if he was going to stick to his word.

And it seems as though he will honour his bet by saying: “I am a man of my word, I shall get Arsene Wenger tattooed on me next week, an (sic) post pics, I don’t actually hate the man, just want change!”

And the Arsenal fan even tweeted the man responsible for him losing his bet.

And this morning, DeejayDT still couldn't believe what he was about to do.

It’s just another example of Vardy proving people wrong as he continues his incredible rise from non-league football to the world stage.

Arsenal fans: Should Arsene Wenger leave your club if he fails to win the Premier League this season? Let us know in the comments box below!

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