There is alot going on in Arsenal at the moment and we expect to see some changes.
Wenger has a two-year contract offer on his table from the Arsenal hierarchy and was thought to be allowed to stay at the club should he chose to.
But the board have now decided the decision will be a mutual one and have told Wenger they expect to be convinced he should remain in charge.
The pressure on Wenger to leave mounted on Tuesday night when his side were thumped 5-1 by Bayern Munich again with fans protesting against the Frenchman before and after the game.
Supporters chanted ‘Wenger Out’ before the Bayern match and held up banners at the Emirates after watching another season collapse.
The Arsenal hierarchy have told Wenger he must prove he can reinvent himself as a manager if he is to stay, according to the Mirror.
Wenger has not decided whether he will step aside, but he is believed to be keen to stay on and continue his 20-year reign as Arsenal boss.
The 67-year-old has not won the Premier League since 2004 and Arsenal are in danger of missing out on a Champions League spot after slipping out of the top four.