But asked for more details, he added: “I didn’t say that [his future would be decided then]. You interpreted it like that.
“There are many aspects of a football club which have to be discussed at a board meeting. One of them is, of course, what is happening with the manager, the future, the players who have to come in, the renewal of contracts.
“You don’t miss problems in a board meeting.”
Wenger has been under growing supporter pressure to step down following a disappointing season that included a humiliating 10-2 aggregate loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
But the Gunners could yet secure a place in the Premier League’s top four at home to Everton on Sunday, and they can win a trophy when they take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final next weekend.
Most indications are that Wenger will stay regardless of what happens in the last two games, but there is still a chance that Sunday could be his last home match.