Arsène Wenger has finished his time as Arsenal manager and club Chief Executive, Ivan Gazidis, is expecting to finalize a replacement before the FIFA World Cup in June, according to SkySports.
Mikel Arteta has emerged as the favourite candidate after TSG Hoffenheim and Juventus retained their managers’ duties. Julian Nagelsmann and Massimilano Allegri were the two candidates, respectively.
Luis Enrique, Patrick Vieira, and Sam Allardyce have been linked to the Gunners. Yet, none have progressed in negotiations.
Not many options precede Arteta in becoming the new Arsenal gaffer.
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Nearly 300 appearances for Arsenal in nine seasons at the club, Vieira knows Arsenal well. He currently manages New York City FC in Major League Soccer.
The ex-Barcelona manager who declined to extend his contract in 2017. Enrique has been said to have demanded control of the transfer budget if appointed.
Recently sacked by Everton, ‘Big Sam’ has made his way around the Premier League. Sunderland, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Newcastle United are a few of his managerial stints.
A former Arsenal midfielder (2011-2016) and captained the Gunners in his final two campaigns. The Spaniard is the front runner in the race to replace Wenger.