The Old Trafford hierarchy are also demanding answers to the disappointing transfer window, according to the Sunday papers.
Read on to find out more.
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Arsenal will offer manager Wenger a new two-year, £15 million contract to remain at the Emirates Stadium, reports Charlie Wyett of The Sun (subscription only).
The Gunners are also hoping the promise of a £40 million transfer fund for the January window will convince the Frenchman to stay.
This is all a long way from the reaction of some Arsenal supporters, who criticised Wenger for not spending money after the team lost their opening Premier League game at home to Aston Villa, as Ben Findon of the Sunday Telegraph reported at the time.
However, there could be trouble ahead with former United boss Ferguson preparing to release a new autobiography, as Daniel Taylor of The Observer reports.
The Scot is due to publish his latest memoirs on Oct. 24 and the subject of Rooney is unlikely to be omitted from the publication, warns Taylor.
The Observer article also highlights Ferguson's previous books and the opinions aired about some players in them as proof that Ferguson is unlikely to ignore Rooney in his latest tome.
Meanwhile, Simon Mullock of the Sunday Mirror reports that the Old Trafford hierarchy will ask chief executive Ed Woodward to explain the disappointing transfer window.
United went public with their ultimately unsuccessful pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas and were also linked with Cristiano Ronaldo and Thiago Alcantara. Bids for Leighton Baines, Fabio Coentrao, Sami Khedira and Ander Herrara also fell flat, leaving Marouane Fellaini as the club's sole signing.
Now United's owners, the Glazer family, are looking for answers from Woodward for the failure to sign their major targets this summer.
Rob Shepherd of the Mail On Sunday says Woodward was only guilty of following an idea laid down by his predecessor David Gill and Ferguson for the return of Ronaldo to Old Trafford. The report also claims that deal may not be dead.
The former Barcelona head coach contacted former FA chairman David Bernstein through an intermediary to say he wanted to take the team into the Euro 2012 finals and how he could improve the side, claims Herbert.
However, Bernstein and the FA were determined to appoint an Englishman to the role with Roy Hodgson and Harry Redknapp among the leading candidates at the time of Fabio Capello's resignation (via Betting-directory.com) in February 2012, says the report.
According to Herbert, an FA source claimed the governing body had become concerned at the failure to develop talent for the national team and were keen to stay with an English boss.
Guardiola, instead, opted to join Bayern Munich while the FA selected Hodgson to take the England position.
Ukraine captain Anatoliy Tymoshchuk has warned England that his team will win their World Cup qualifier in Kiev on Tuesday because they possess a better team spirit, reports Steve Bates of the Sunday People.
Hodgson and his team face a vital qualifier in Group H after Ukraine defeated San Marino 9-0 on Friday, while England beat Moldova 4-0.
However, midfielder Tymoshchuk, who won the Champions League and the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich last season before joining Zenit St Petersburg, claims England might have the stellar names in the squad, but they cannot replicate their club form for their country.
The truth is that the big English names, like Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole and Steven Gerrard, have had lots of success and won many trophies for their clubs, but for whatever reason they cannot do it with their country.
England might have names that all football fans know around Europe, but Ukraine are better. We are more balanced and when you see us play we look more of a team than England, more like we are in tune with each other.
That is why there is real belief within the squad that we can qualify for Brazil.
The Gunners boss signed the Ivory Coast international from Lille two years ago, but his time in North London was not a success and he joined Roma this summer.
But Gervinho claims Wenger was to blame for his lack of confidence during his time at Arsenal in the interview with Allen.
The Belgium international has not played so far this season due to a back problem, but could return to action in the Capital One Cup tie against West Brom later this month, claims the report.
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