It goes without saying that Arsene Wenger is under immense pressure at the moment from the fans and his current position at the Emirates Stadium has drawn comparisons to the one of Barcelona boss Luis Enrique, who revealed that he will resign at the end of the season due to exhaustion after calls for him to step down following Barcleona’s 4-0 defeat against PSG in the Champions League Round of 16 first leg clash a few weeks ago.

As it turned out, Enrique masterminded a brilliant 6-1 victory over PSG in the second leg at the Nou Camp on Wednesday night to ensure that Barcelona earn a place in the quarter finals of the Champions League and all of a sudden, the Spaniard is being hailed by many who called for his head.

Wenger has now gone on to cite the example of Enrique to explain how perceptions in football changes instantly but insisted that he will not step down as the Barcelona boss has decided to do because he still remains motivated to do a job for Arsenal.

When asked how he felt compared to Enrique, Wenger replied, "I feel all right, I feel very strong, very motivated, ready to give my best.

“It just sums it up that two weeks ago he (Enrique) was an idiot and everyone said 'You have to leave', so he said, 'Okay, I go'. Today he is a hero. That sums up the job. In fact I made an equation because I am a mathematical fan that I will give you one day.

"It's not the right moment (to share it). I am sure you will enjoy it. It is an equation about a manager's job. I made a formula."

Oxlade-Chamberlain wants to leave Arsenal

Arsenal fans have been left worried at the prospect of losing star duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil as the two players have not yet signed an extension to their current deals at the club and the Gunners now allegedly have been handed another bombshell.

According to reports from Sky Sports, even Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has decided that he will look to leave the Emirates Stadium at the end of the current campaign.

Oxlade-Chamberlain’s is in a similar situation as Sanchez and Ozil as his contract is set to expire within the next 15 months and the England international is believed to have made his decision to leave Arsenal as he feels taken for granted by the club.

Bellerin apologizes to the fans

Heading into the second leg of their Round of 16 encounter against Bayern Munich with a 5-1 deficit, Arsenal were not expected to mount a comeback but fans were hopeful that their side would be able to salvage some pride with a strong performance at home.

As it turned out though, Arsenal suffered another 5-1 hammering to lose the tie with a whopping score of 10-2 and following the embarrassment, Gunners’ right-back Hector Bellerin has gone on to deliver a public apology to the club’s faithful after the woeful displays put up by his side.

Many were left shocked ahead of Arsenal’s encounter against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday as star man Alexis Sanchez was omitted from the starting lineup and it has been reported over the last 24 hours by various media outlets that the Chilean international was dropped by manager Arsene Wenger as punishment for his training ground bust-up with teammates.

Wenger was naturally questioned regarding such huge claims about Sanchez ahead of Arsenal’s Round of 16 Champions League second leg clash against Bayern Munich but the veteran boss categorically denied the reports by stating that the alleged falling out has been fabricated by the media.

The Frenchman replied when asked about the bust-up with Sanchez, “I am not aware, nothing at all. I explained after the game I decided to go for a more direct option, that was the unique reason for my decision.

 “Completely false. I understand you have to fill newspapers. All the rest, his attitude - he’s a committed player and sometimes has excessive behaviours but you have that many times in the history of every squad.

“I shook hands with him on Saturday morning and after the game. You decided I did not shake hands. I shake hands everyday with Alexis Sanchez.

“That is the most important thing, that we focus on what’s important and not the individual. Alexis played in all the games and when we didn’t perform away from home, we lost as well.

“We lost at Man City, Liverpool, and Chelsea, and that’s what I think is the most important thing, to focus and produce as a team.”

Arsenal’s starting lineup ahead of their clash against Liverpool at Anfield sent shockwaves after it was revealed that star man Alexis Sanchez was excluded.

When queried about the strange decision ahead of the game, manager Arsene Wenger told that Sanchez was dropped in favour of Olivier Giroud in order to adopt a more direct style of play but the move certainly backfired.