- Arsenal are said to be interested in bringing Carlo Ancelotti to the Emirates Stadium
- The Gunners chiefs fear Wenger could leave at the end of the season and want the Italian as his replacement
Premier League club Arsenal are reportedly lining up Italian tactician Carlo Ancelotti as a replacement for embattled manager Arsene Wenger who could leave at the end of the season.
Despite heavy criticism from millions of Arsenal fans, the Frenchman signed a two-year extension last summer, but their are worries among the board he may cut his contract short.
The Evening Standard claim former Bayern Munich boss Ancelotti ticks the boxes for being able to take the club forward if Wenger leaves.
Arsenal chiefs want an experienced coach to take over from Arsene Wenger who has been in charge of the Gunners since the last 21 years.
After crashing out of the 2018 English FA Cup, there are reports that Arsene Wenger is planning to leave the Gunners, but the Frenchman is reportedly considering former player Mikel Arteta as his replacement.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could quit managing the North London club following their recent lackluster performance, and the Frenchman is reportedly interested in Mikel Arteta as his replacement.
Millions of Arsenal fans are tired of Arsene Wenger's tenure at the Emirates Stadium, and they were also livid on Sunday when the Gunners crashed out of the 2018 FA Cup.
Spanish professional footballer Mikel Arteta who is currently an assistant coach at Manchester City is also interested in making a return to the Gunners.
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