5 names that is likely to take over Arsene Wenger’s job at Arsenal next term

Two weeks since the announced retirement of Arsenal long-term manager, Arsene Wenger during a press conference.

He announced: “After careful consideration and following discussions with the club, I feel it is the right time for me to step down at the end of the season,”

After serving the club for 22 years since his appointment on 1st of October 1996, “I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years,” he continued.

In his years with the North London outfit, Wenger won three Premier League titles (one being the 2003/2004 invincible season), seven FA Cup and seven FA community shield. Personally, I think there will be a very big change at Arsenal when the new manager arrives, and it won’t be bad putting our money where our mouth is, so don’t miss a chance to win some extra cash by placing bets on the North Londoners. If you are looking for some more excitement besides betting on Arsenal, don’t miss the latest betting offers for many other.

However, with the imminent departure of Wenger to be effective by the end of the season, we will be looking at best 5 possible replacements to succeed him at the Emirates Stadium;


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The Germany national team manager has been ever-linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium long before Wenger announced retirement.

Low took charge of the Germany team from Jurgen Klinsmann back in 2006 and led the German team to the semi-finals of the 2010 World Cup only to be defeated by Spain.

The second World Cup hosted with Low in charge of the German’s team took home the trophy.

The Gunners are reported to have made their move on the German coach but could be scared with links also pointing him Real Madrid.


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Former Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Real Madrid coach has also been linked in this parade of Wenger successor.

After refusing to rule out a move back to the Premier League, Arsenal boards are said to be on high alert for the former Blues coach.

Ancelotti has only been able to add 20 major trophies (with just three Champions League) to his managerial career since his change in profession back in back in 1995.

With experiences gathered from all Europe, with managerial spells in Spain, Germany, France, Italy and England, Ancelotti should be the best next manager at the Emirates Stadium.


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Two Champions League finalist, Allegri has also tipped on a move to the Premier League, but he is very unlikely to leave Juventus anytime this season after acquiring three Serie A titles consecutively.

Should the Gunners become interested in bringing Max Allegri to North London, they will be facing a stiff competions against London rival, Chelsea, who has been reported to be search for a replacement for current manager Antonio Conte should he leave the Stamford Bridge this summer.


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According to reports surfacing the media, former Arsenal captain, Mikel Arteta is the current leader in the race for Arsene Wenger job at the Emirates.

Arteta is said to be favored by Arsenal’s Chief Executive, Ivan Gazidis. The former catain has been appointed as Manchester City assistant coach to Pep Guardiola since his retirement with the Gunners back in 2016.


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With the desperation to land in a manager at Emirates before the World Cup begins. Arsenal could just be looking at former Barcelona manager as Wenger successor.

With these names linked as successor to Arsene Wenger, we will have to sit and watch as the Gunners announces their next season manager before the World Cup starts, with Raul Sanllehi and Sven Mislintat being in charge.

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