Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger (R) brings on Arsenal's Brazilian defender Gabriel during the UEFA Champions League round of sixteen football match between FC Bayern Munich and Arsenal in Munich, southern Germany, on February 15, 2017. / AFP / Odd ANDERSEN (Photo credit should read ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger doesn’t want to quit and has said that he will be managing a club next year, be it at Arsenal or somewhere else. Wenger’s future has been the matter of speculation for the past couple of days.

Since Arsenal were humiliated b Bayern Munich, speculation has been rife that the Frenchman is likely to end his association. A section of the Gunners supporters has already made it clear that they want a change at the club.

The North London giants are currently going through a horrible time. They lost consecutive matches at the hands of Watford and Chelsea. They did win against Hull but got a battering against Bayern as the German champions pumped in five goals past them.

Wenger said, “No matter what happens, I will manage next season, whether it’s here or somewhere else I am not sure.

“I want to do extremely well, I feel a big responsibility,” he said. “You do not stay somewhere for 20 years and walk out of a defeat like that and whistle. But I have the strength and experience to deal with that. I would just like to add as well that we played against a good Bayern team who have won this competition [recently], and who have 11 top-class players.

“We have to give credit to our opponents as well sometimes. It’s important to put things into perspective in this competition, and they are top-class players.”

Anirban Sarkar is a former columnist of The 4th Official. A huge East Bengal fan and has travelled over 1000 miles to see his team in action.