7 managers Arsenal are considering as Arsene Wenger's replacement
Arsene Wenger's days at Arsenal are numbered according to a lot of English media outlets today. The likes of Daily Mail, Daily Star, Telegraph and several others have gone out with the same 'big story' and have claimed that the manager will be sacked this summer.
Wenger has been at Arsenal for 21 years but his last Premier League title was way back in 2004! The fans turned against him a long time ago but the owners had stood by him. But now, the support of the club owners is also fading away.
According to the reports, the Gunners have already made a list of possible replacements. The board of the London club has drawn up a list of 7 candidates:
#7 – Joachim Löw
Joachim Löw, the German national football team manager is the first candidate the Gunners are eyeing. The 58-year-old last managed a club in 2004 – the same season Arsenal last won the Premier League.
Since then, he has been with the German side, first as an assistant coach and 2 years later, as the head coach. He has since then won the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and FIFA Confederation Cup in 2017.
His contract with the National team only ends in 2020 but the Gunners are said to be hopeful of getting him after the World Cup. Will a gamble of bringing a manager back to club management after 14 years and also in a league he's never managed work?