Italian news outlet SNAI sport say the Frenchman has informed his stars that he'll be quitting the north Londoners. However, Arsenal supremo Stan Kroenke is reportedly still a huge fan on Wenger and might be able to convince him to stay. Wenger was involved in a bust up with star player Alexis Sanchez last week.
Meanwhile Wenger blamed match decisions that led to his side to a humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich on Tuesday night at Emirates.
"There are difficult aspects in the game that explain that we're out. I feel we produced the game we wanted and we were really unlucky with some of the decisions. It's really hard to understand."
"I feel we produced the game we wanted and we were really unlucky with some of the decisions"
"It's definitely a penalty on Theo Walcott, Lewandowski is offside and after the red card it was very difficult for us to finish the game. My team has produced a huge effort tonight and played very well."
"Down to 10 men you have to score four goals. It becomes impossible in the head of the players. Lewandowski is offside, it's not a penalty and then on top of that he gives a yellow card and on top of that he gives a red card."
"I'm absolutely revolted and sorry for the people who paid a lot of money to watch this game."
Arsenal were thumped 5-1 by Bayern Munich to lose 10-2 on aggregate in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League
Bayern Munich confirmed their spot in the Champions League quarterfinals with a 5-1 win at 10-man Arsenal on Tuesday to advance 10-2 on aggregate. A first-half Theo Walcott goal gave Arsenal a glimmer of hope, but Laurent Koscielny was sent off while conceding a penalty soon after the break, and Robert Lewandowski scored from the spot. Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa then added goals before a Arturo Vidal added gloss to the scoreline with a late brace.