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Arsene Wenger deflects questions about his future – not today, he says

By Reuters
30 March 2017   |   11:07 am
Arsene Wenger says reporters will have to keep asking him about his future at Arsenal, and "one day I will answer". The manager says he believes both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil will continue to stay at the north London club.

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