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Wenger reiterates commitment

Arsene Wenger insists that he has no intention of not fulfilling his current contract at Arsenal.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 12:06 Post Comment

Arsene Wenger: Committed to his Arsenal contract

Arsene Wenger: Committed to his Arsenal contract

The Frenchman's existing deal is due to expire in 2014, but in recent weeks he has been linked with possible summer switches to Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid.

But Wenger has always insisted he will not walk away from Arsenal, and his stance remains unchanged.

"I do not know what is said about me," he explained on Canal+.

"I'm focused on the next game and the next season and I'll see what I do at the end of my contract.

"I have always fulfilled my contracts and I can't see why it would change at my age."

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