The Gunners boss has denied he has any interest in leaving Emirates Stadium for the German club, saying he’s ‘totally committed’ to the north Londoners
The Frenchman is contracted to stay with the Gunners until June 2014, but after seven seasons without winning a trophy he has come under pressure from some of the Emirates faithful, despite being the most successful manager in the club's history.
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Asked about speculation linking him with Schalke at his press conference prior to Saturday's FA Cup fourth round trip to Brighton, Wenger told reporters: "I am totally committed to this club [Arsenal]."
The Gunners face the prospect of failing to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 1998, with the Emirates Stadium club currently trailing fourth-placed Tottenham by four points.
They are also 19 points behind leaders Manchester United, meaning there is little prospect of claiming a first league title since 2004, when the side went unbeaten throughout the whole campaign.