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Bookies think future titles unlikely for Arsenal under Wenger

| 31.05.2017

Arsene Wenger may remain in charge of Arsenal for another two years, but he’ll struggle to enjoy much more success if our latest odds are anything to go by.

It is understood that the French boss has agreed a two-year contract extension in North London, and 7/1 says he wins the Premier League one more time with the Gunners.

Though the #wengerout fans may not like it, the veteran gaffer is as short as 1/8 to still be in charge on the opening day of the 2018-19 season, making a shock exit midway through next campaign unlikely. In fact, we’re going 4/1 about Wenger walking at some stage next season.

And although Arsenal celebrated yet another Emirates FA Cup triumph last weekend, our odds-compilers can’t see much more success coming the way of Wenger’s Gunners any time soon.

It’s currently 25/1 for Arsenal to win two or more trophies in the 2017-18 campaign – that includes the Premier League, the Emirates FA Cup, the EFL Cup and the Europa League.

Meanwhile, we’re going 300/1 about Arsenal winning any three of those aforementioned titles next season.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “The waiting game looks to finally be over for Arsenal fans and it’s the ‘Wenger In’ brigade who’ll be cheering this summer. But as far as we’re concerned, it could be some time before Gooners are celebrating more cup glory and title triumphs.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Arsene Wenger & Arsenal specials

Arsene Wenger to be in charge first day of 18/19 season – 1/8

Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal midway through 17-18 season – 4/1

Arsene Wenger to win another Premier League title with Arsenal – 7/1

Arsenal to win two or more trophies in 17-18 (Prem, FA Cup, EFL & Europa only) – 25/1

Arsene Wenger to win another two or more Premier Leagues at Arsenal – 100/1

Arsenal to win three or more trophies in 17-18 (Prem, FA Cup, EFL & Europa only) – 300/1

Click here for a full list of Arsene Wenger specials.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Alex Apati

Having graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Creative Writing with English, Alex joined the News team following a three year stint working for Ladbrokes behind the counter. When he's not watching darts, he's throwing them. Failing that you'll find him YouTubeing Thierry Henry's greatest Arsenal goals.