The Mirror says Arsenal majority shareholder Kroenke - in line with the rest of the board - is unwavering in his support for Wenger.
Wenger, 64, will be given major cash this summer to strengthen the squad and they will look to bring in at least two stellar names as well as making other additions.
Arsenal are still on course for a top four finish and are in the semi-finals of the FA Cup which could bring an end to their nine-year wait for a trophy.
Wenger has also been central to plans for next season and, in particular, work on the academy and also improvements at the training ground which give a clear sign that he is staying.
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