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Three ideal Arsene Wenger’s replacement this summer

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Arsenal’s insipid defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao cup final has brought up the age-long discussion of Wenger’s exit. Reports coming from England reveal that The Gunners are set to review the long-serving French man position at the end of the season.  Some sources have also suggested that a list of potential successors have been drawn out by the Board. However, we take a look at the possible candidates for the Arsenal managerial position.

Carlo Ancelloti

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The former Chelsea boss would be a good fit for the Gunners as he has the pedigree and experience to manage a club the stature of Arsenal. Ancelloti boasts of multiple league titles in Italy, Germany and France. The Italian also has the experience of winning trophies in England, winning the double during his time in Chelsea.

Ancelloti would be universally accepted by Arsenal fans with few doubting his ability. His style of play will also continue the attacking tradition started by Arsene Wenger. The Italian would also rectify the poor defence of the Gunners with Italian coaches renowned for their defensive tactics.

Joachim Low

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The German National team Coach could consider club coaching after the world Cup in the summer. The highly-rated Coach may have not recorded much success in coaching a club side but he is rated as among the best in the world. Low is known for his attacking football while maintaining defensive discipline.

A world Cup winner with Germany, Low has the pedigree to manage Arsenal and is known for his excellent man management. He could also bring out the best in playmaker Mesut Ozil whom he coaches in Germany. The only difficulty is the German FA has earmarked him to continue until Qatar 2022

Leonardo Jardim

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The AS Monaco Coach is highly rated in Europe and could be an ideal fit for the Gunners.  Jardim is young and could bring the energy severely lacking from the Arsenal bench. The Portuguese is known for his defensive organisation and use of young players. Jardim would be able to work with the current arsenal setup of using youth players.

He also has a league title in France having won the league last season with Monaco. Although he is not in the big coach category, the Portuguese has more than enough to succeed in the London club.

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