Arsene Wenger says reports he has been offered a two-year contract by PSG are untrue.
In an interview with beinsport, Wenger said: “It’s a false rumour. It’s what you call fake news. I can say formally it is not true”.
National papers reported this morning that PSG had approached Wenger to replace Unai Emery this summer.
The loss at the Hawthorns was Arsenal’s fourth in their last five Premier League games and they now sit sixth in the table.
Wenger has increasingly split the Arsenal fan base with protests organised before recent matches and two planes flown over the West Brom game carrying conflicting messages – one of support for the manager, and one against any new deal being signed.