The Arsenal manager could well be set to depart the Emirates in the summer.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
After their recent 5-1 drubbing by German giants Bayern Munich in the Champions League, the pressure appears to be firmly on Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, with doubts flying around about whether the Frenchman will still be at the club next season.
Regarded as one of the best managers in Premier League history, Wenger has built a dynasty with Arsenal. However, his inability to change, and his constant failure in the Gunners hunt for a title has left a huge amount of Arsenal fans very dissapointed.
Fuelling the flames of his departure in a recent press conference, Wenger was reported by the Guardian as saying that he will manage for sure next season, "whether it is here [Arsenal] or somewhere else", so where might Arsene Wenger end up next season? Before we give you a chance to vote, here's a look at some of the possible destinations...
Nou Camp - Home of FC Barcelona
After a dissapointing Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain, the clock may well be ticking for Barcelona coach Luis Enrique. Arguably still the best footballing team in the world, could Arsene Wenger possibly turn down the chance to manage the likes of Messi, Neymar and Suarez?
Paris Saint-Germain's Angel Di Maria
A return to his homeland, Arsene Wenger could well end up with French giants Paris Saint-Germain. Despite their excellent recent win against Barcelona in the Champions League, PSG have been well off the pace for much of Ligue 1 this season, falling behind OGC Nice and AS Monaco. Should things not work out with Unai Emery, would the French giants turn to the most famous French manager of all?
There's a well known phrase at Juventus: "Change before you have to", and this may well be put into action by the Italian giants in the summer. After nearly three years with coach Massimo Allegri, the Italian club may well be on the hunt for a new manager in the summer and would surely jump at the chance to bring in Wenger; a manager who could help the Turin club attract big players in the transfer window.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane
The Daily Mail reported late last year that the Spanish giants targeted Arsene Wenger last season as one of the potential candidates to replace Zinedine Zidane, so could Real Madrid reignite their interest should the Frenchman leave this summer?
Staying at Arsenal
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger with Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Kieran Gibbs
We all know how much the Arsenal board love Wenger, not only for his years of service to the club but for his ability to keep Arsenal running as a well-oiled financial machine. The grass isn't always greener on the other side, so might Arsenal and Arsene Wenger just set aside their differences and have another go next year?
So where do you think Arsene Wenger will end up next season? Cast your vote below!