Arsenal board of directors have a huge decision to make before the start of the summer World Cup, as they are still in search of a perfect successor to former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who left the club’s managerial post for the first time in 22 years.
Since the Frenchman departed the Emirates Stadium late last month, different names are have been linked with the post.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, Juventus boss Maximiliano Allegri, Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri, Mourinho’s assistant manager Faria, Guardiola’s right man Mikel Arteta, former players — Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, have all been reported by numerous rumoured mongers to be vying for the Gunners managerial post.
It was understood that Mikel Arteta would become the next manager at the North London club, but there is now another change of mind from the club’s hierarchy, who are currently considering hiring former Paris St-German boss Unai Emery.
The recently sacked PSG manager seems to be the favourite manager for the position ahead of Arteta, who would be hired as his assistant, according to Daily Mail.
Unai Emery is one of the best managers in Ligue 1 after leading the team to another League title this season, he would be expected to use his experience in helping the team to a new height.
He would also be expected to renew Wilshere and Ramsey’s contract before the start of the summer transfer window in July.
Arsenal’s search for Arsene Wenger’s successor still continues and it is not showing any sign of ending anytime soon.