Arsene Wenger stood impassively on the touchline with his arms folded as his Arsenal players embarked on a lap of the pitch.
Wenger's worst-ever Premier League season was over and so were Arsenal's hopes of making the Champions League. For the first time in the manager's 21-year reign, Arsenal finished outside the top four, despite completing the campaign on Sunday with a 3-1 victory over Everton.
Wenger didn't bid farewell to the Arsenal fans but there is still no certainty he will be back to lead the team into the uncharted territory of the Europa League after finishing fifth in the Premier League, a point behind Liverpool.
The 67-year-old Frenchman's contract is...