It comes after his team threw away a 3-0 lead against Anderlecht in the Champions League in the week. Arsenal fans are growing tired of his tactical rigidity, poor transfer decisions and 'don't blame me' mentality which has seen them out of the Premier League title race for most recent campaigns.
If Wenger was to go there is one man many would like to replace him - Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp. But the enigmatic German has not had it all his own way either this season.
Despite running away with their Champions League group, which of course contains Arsenal, they have struggled in the Bundesliga.
A recent run of five straight losses saw them sink to the bottom of the top-flight ahead of their weekend tie with Borussia Monchengladbach.
And events after that game would hint that Klopp will not be leaving Dortmund any time soon.
He is loved by the fans at Die Schwarzgelden, even with their recent struggles. He loves them back, as was evident in his emotional celebration after a bizarre Christoph Kramer own goal gave Dortmund victory at the weekend.
He certainly does not look like a man willing to leave Dortmund any time soon...