Top Candidates That May Replace Wenger At Arsenal
The news about Arsenal Wenger leaving Arsenal is still fresh, but the top question right now is who will succeed the Frenchman at the London club?
At the end of the season when he will be leaving, Wenger would have spent 22 years as manager of Arsenal.
Some top coaches are being tipped to replace the 68-year-old, but there are few favourites.
Here are four coaches who I think may replace Wenger at the Emirates.
Also read: FINALLY: Wenger Is Leaving Arsenal
Rodgers is the current manager at Scottish giants, Celtic. He managed Chelsea's youth team between 2004–2008.
He moved on to coach Watford (2008–2009) before handling Reading.
He was manager at Swansea City from 2010 to 2012 before taking over at Liverpool where he was manager for three years.
Rodgers joined Celtic in 2016 and won three trophies in his first season. He is set to repeat same feat in the 2017/2018 season, securing an historic double Treble at Celtic.
Former Borussia Dortmund boss, Tuchel was the early favourite to take over at Arsenal.
But the German is due to take over PSG in the 2018-19 season.
Before managing Dortmund from 2015 to 2017, Tuchel was in charge of Mainz 05 for five years (2009–2014).
Former Arsenal legend, Patrick Vieira is also a favourite to succeed Wenger.
In January 1, 2016, Vieira began a role as manager of MLS club, New York City FC where he is still serves as head coach.
Before then, he was manager of Manchester City Reserves for two years (2013–2015).
The Frenchman spent most of his playing career at Arsenal where he played for nine years (1996–2005).
During his spell at the Gunners, he made 279 appearances and scored 29 goals.
Head coach of the German senior national team, Joachim Low, may land the Arsenal job.
He has been in the German coaching crew since 2004 where he started as assistant coach to Jürgen Klinsmann.
Low, 58, led Germany to victory at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia.
He also led German to a 3rd place finish at the 2010 World Cup hosted for the first time in Africa.