Wenger's future at Arsenal will be decided after FA Cup final

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Arsenal must beat Everton on Sunday and can finish fourth if relegated Middlesbrough draw with or win against Liverpool the same day

If Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is troubled about his future, he's not showing it.

ARSENE WENGER, deflecting attention away from his own future at Arsenal.

Their protestations have largely been paid for by crowdfunding websites, and it remains to be seen what sort of reaction Wenger and his players will receive during the usual end of season parade lap on Sunday.

Arsenal head into the make-or-break fixture against Everton knowing that even a victory over Toffees might not be enough to guarantee Gunners a top-four finish.

Jurgen Klopp's Reds host already-relegated Middlesbrough and are hot favourites to secure a top four berth, yet Arsenal will be waiting should they slip up.

"It doesn't matter about chances".

"We have to do our job, we are professionals". "We do not need to look at any other game".

"I think every player wants to play in the Champions League, and of course it's important for the future as well", Hyypia said. First of all they are under contract and, secondly, they behave like they want to be at the club.

But when asked if a lack of Champions League football could make it harder to keep them, Wenger said: "No, because they are part of the results as well". "The best thing would be 4-0 after two minutes but that is not possible".

Sanchez's second on the night was also his 24th in the league and he is just one behind Romelu Lukaku in the goalscoring charts now.

Despite missing three months of the season because of injury, Kane is the first Tottenham player to score four hat tricks in a season since Jimmy Greaves in 1968-69.

The Belgium worldwide has 24 Premier League goals this season and was poised for a final-day showdown with Sanchez for the golden boot before Tottenham's Harry Kane stole a march with his four-goal haul versus Leicester City on Thursday.

Nonetheless, it has been a story of "same old, same old" for Wenger's men this term, with the campaign possessing another failed title challenge, another round of 16 exit from the Champions League, and several calls for Wenger to leave his post.

"It is our last game of the season at the Emirates, yes". I thought we passed the ball well when we got it, and the players played like they have played for eight or nine weeks.

ARSENAL take on Everton at home on Sunday, but who will start the match? They will be playing Champions League football next season for only the third time. "It is not the last game of the season for us".

Watford said this week that manager Walter Mazzari would step down after the final game of the season against Manchester City.

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