When Wenger leaves, who should take over at Arsenal?
Arsene Wenger’s name is respected throughout the whole of the footballing world. The legacy he has left as being Arsenal’s longest serving manager is second to none. He is also currently the longest serving premier league manager, amassing more than 1000 games for the club. Arsene is always seen as the Professor. His knowledge about the game and dedication to building for the future has left Arsenal to become one of the most successful footballing models in all of world football today. However, we all know Arsene will not stay at Arsenal forever. He has to leave eventually, whether it is to another club or retiring from being a manager. This will leave a huge void for the gunners to fill. Who should take over the gunners when Arsene is done?
This managerial issue has rarely been a problem for Arsenal fans thanks to Arsene Wenger. Unlike Chelsea where managerial changes are frequent, Arsenal have chosen to stick with one man for the past 16 years. However, when Arsenal are done with Arsene, who should we get?
There are many options available in the market. Managers with quality that will jump at the chance to manage a club like Arsenal are aplenty.
I feel Jurgen Klopp is one very good option. He managed to bring out the best of Dortmund’s average squad. He has shown understanding towards the game and would be a good fit for the gunners.
Of course, there are many options available. We could never finish listing all of them. However, what I would like to believe is that Arsene already has the future of the club sorted out, the way he does it for us at the moment as well.
Who would you like to see take over from Arsene?
3 thoughts on “Debate – Arsenal’s next manager?”
roberto martinez,every team he has been with play the free flawing foot bal we all love,and like wenger can pick a player cheap,
thiery henry .
he knows the game backwards in the dark .
the players would kill for him.
Call me crazy but Germany’s head coach Low is similar to our Wenger.