Italian tactician Carlo Ancelotti won’t be the next Arsenal manager according to experienced journalist David Ornstein.
According to him, the profile of Carlo Ancelotti does not fit into the description of what Arsenal want.
Carlo Ancelotti is without a managerial job after the Italian tactician was sacked from his job as the Napoli manager on Tuesday night.
Napoli were on a nine-game winless run under Carlo Ancelotti before the Champions League win over Genk ended that run of matches without victory.
The Italian Serie A giants beat Genk FC of Belgium 4-0 at home to confirm their place in the knockout stage of the Champions League.
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Polish international Arkadiusz Milik scored three first-half goals to set Napoli on their way to a crucial win.
Dries Mertens scored a second-half penalty to wrap up the comprehensive victory over the Belgians.
The win over Genk was unable to save Carlo Ancelotti from being sacked by Napoli.
Since his sack was announced, Napoli have named Gennaro Gattuso as his replacement.
Gattuso played under Carlo Ancelotti for several years at AC Milan.
Arsenal and Everton have been linked with the Italian tactician.
Carlo Ancelotti has previously managed clubs like Chelsea, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Bayern Munich.