By Arsenal correspondent Tony Hughes

The Arsenal fan behind the controversial anti-Arsene Wenger banner must get a tattoo of the Frenchman after losing a Jamie Vardy bet on Saturday night.

Twitter user @DeejayDt made the claim on social networking site Twitter that he would get Wenger inked into him if the Leicester striker broke his international duck as a second-half England substitute against Germany.

Roy Hodgson’s side were 2-1 down when Vardy replaced Danny Welbeck 71 minutes into the friendly clash.

Three minutes later, Vardy made it 2-2 with a sensational back-heeled flick for his first England goal.

An Eric Dier goal in added time sealed a memorable comeback for England, who ended as 3-2 victors after being two goals down an hour into the match.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright had spoken of his disappointment when the Wenger banner was unveiled during the club’s recent 4-0 FA Cup quarter-final replay win at Hull.

A group of travelling supporters had held aloft the message, which read, ‘Arsene; thanks for the memories, it’s time to say goodbye’.

In other Arsenal news, the Gunners have made a £65million move for a highly-rated central midfielder.