Arsenal long-time manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly set to exit the club.

The Frenchman has been with the club for two decades. However, after several failures in England and Europe, it seems he has decided to throw in the towel.

Arsenal lost 10-2 in two legs to Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday – their seventh year not making the last eight in a row. The club is struggling for a top-four status in a highly competitive Premier League this term. It seems the club would end up trophyless and Wenger has been unable to tie down the club’s best players in Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil. All of these is amidst all-time fans’ dissatisfaction.

Wenger blamed the referee that managed the game against Bayern, but every other person is blaming him. Italian news source SNAI reported that Wenger told his players ahead of the Bayern game that he would leave the club.

Italian journalist Tancredi Palmeri even took to his Twitter profile to report that Wenger would leave: “BOOM! ARSENE WENGER TOLD HIS PLAYERS THAT HE WILL LEAVE ARSENAL!”

The reports added that the coach is yet to formally inform the club’s management of his decision. Many would condemn the decision of the coach to leave amidst of all these, considering his rich history and legacies at the club. It would mean he failed in his dream of building a solid team, then leaving on a low.

Wenger was reported to have had a bust-up with Sanchez. He left out the Chilean in the game against Liverpool – which they lost 3-1. Sanchez played the Bayern game but he appeared to laugh when he was pulled off to the bench.

Arsenal are meeting with Lincoln in the FA Cup during the weekend. Anything short of victory might see Wenger lose all he has built overtime.