Three managers lined up as possible replacement for Arsene Wenger – No Eddie Howe
Arsene Wenger may be the best manager in the history of Arsenal but he may as well go down as one of the worse after dragging his own reputation to the drains with series of horrendous performances from his team.
Wenger has come under staunch criticism for overseeing a horrendous Arsenal season defined with series of despicable performances by his team. After losing to Tottenham in the League last weekend, the call for his resignation by fans and pundits grew.
There’s now a great divide between the fans over the future of Wenger, who has refused to let the cat out of the bag over his exit from the Emirates. He is in the final months of his contract but has left everyone in the dark.
With the wait for another Premier League trophy now heading to it fourteenth year, we believe Wenger will throw in the towel as we examine three possible coaches that may take over the baton at the Emirrates.
The Argentinean is fondly remembered for breaking the Spanish La Liga duopoly, when he led the Rojiblancos to the La Liga title in the 2013/2014 season. He is their most revered manager having transformed the Vincente Calderon squad into a very competitive one in the last decade.
His current contract expires in 2018 but he could be prised away from the club with a juicy offer. His team was thumped by Real Madrid in the Champions League last night but the lack of funds to bolster his squad has been his main undoing, leaving him frustrated with life in Spain.
Among the choices available for us, Max Allegri is the most decorated and technically gifted manager. He has proven over time that he can win trophies for big clubs. He is in the running for a third Scudetto title with the Old Lady of Turin and a possible Champions League trophy, after helping AC Milan win the Seria A title in his spell with them.
He is one manager that can tweak the formation of his team more than in once game and can improve/correct the current conundrum stirred by Arsene Wenger.
Tuchel appears to have the most modest profile among our pick but his lack of sideline melodrama makes him the choicest. His approach is studious and high-pressing, little wonder he led Mainz to their best ever season before he joined Borrussia Dortmund.
He is friends with Pep Guardiola, who believes Tuchel is the second best manager to Conte in Europe. His English is perfect, leaving so much to cheer about his adaption to the League.