20 May, 2017
Arsène Wenger has revealed his future will be resolved at an Arsenal board meeting after the FA Cup final.
Should any two of those three sides finish the season level on points, goal difference and goals scored it will trigger the activation of rule C.17 in the Premier League regulations, which reads: "If at the end of the season either the League Champions or the Clubs to be relegated or the question of qualification for other competitions can not be determined because two or more Clubs are equal on points, goal difference and goals scored, the Clubs concerned shall play off one or more deciding League Matches on neutral grounds, the format, timing and venue of which shall be determined by the Board".
The Frenchman has never finished outside the Premier League's top four in a full season at the helm and is optimistic they can gatecrash the Champions League places this time around, despite a very bad run of form which saw Arsenal lose six of 11 league games.
That leaves us with Arsenal, a club that has finished in the top four every single season of Arsene Wenger's 20-year reign.
"Of the season? Yes".
'If you look at his record and his age, it's quite impressive, I think nobody has scored more in the Premier League than him at his age, so you have to respect that'. We are on a good run and all we can do is win our game on Sunday. "What happens to me after that is less important".
"I think the board meeting is after the FA Cup final".
"I will be there".
The Gunners have not yet discussed a new deal with Sanchez, postponing talks until the end of the season, but are expected to offer him a contract which would make him the highest-paid player in the club's history when negotiations do begin.
"One of those is what happens with the manager, the players coming in, contract renewals".
Arsenal are sweating over the fitness of defender Laurent Koscielny, who missed the midweek victory over Sunderland with a calf problem, while he is also struggling with an ongoing Achilles complaint.
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While Man City and Liverpool are heavy favourites to enter the competition via an automatic and playoff qualifying spot respectively - Arsenal are hanging on by their fingernails to the hope that one or both of them will have a cataclysmic slip-up this Sunday at 3pm.
There's no doubt that Wenger would quizzed on Adams' comments in his final Premier League conference of the season.
Wenger, meanwhile, has stated that whether club finish in the top four or not won't have an affect on the futures of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
"We have a hard game - let's not forget this first", Cech told the Daily Express.
Sanchez also defended Wenger - and said that even if Arsenal improve their squad in the summer transfer window it may not be enough to convince him to stay.
As well as facing supporter protests during the season, Wenger has found an increased criticism from a host of his former Gunners players.
Everton is a club full of highly capable soccer players who want to prove they're among the league's elite.
Everton's dominant home record of just two league losses in 19 games at Goodison Park has helped them secure a seventh-placed finish despite their dismal away record of four wins in 18 away league fixtures so far.
"At the time, the wages weren't going to be much better, and I was stuck in my drinking and the London life with my mates and family around me".
"It all left me feeling that I would never get a chance in any capacity while Arsene was there", he explained.
Sunday's game at Arsenal could be Lukaku's last match for Everton.