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Arsenal have decided to appoint Massimiliano Allegri or Luis Enrique in the stead of outgoing manager Arsene Wenger but the pursuit of the aforementioned managers have hit snag over the Gunner’s management structure, according to report.
Arsene Wenger decided to call time on his career with Arsenal despite having one more year left on his contract and the club has been on the search for his replacement. Several names have been mentioned as possible replacement for the French tactician including Mikel Arteta, Patrick Vieira, Tomas Tuchel, and Carlo Ancelotti among others.
While several names have featured prominently as targets for the Gunners, Allegri and Enrique appear to be the most experienced and technically gifted managers that can provide A-level management for the club in this time of turbulence.
Arsenal head of recruitment Sven Mislintat, head of football relations Raul Sanllehi and Chief executive Ivan Gazidis have been locked in talks in a bid to decide between the former Barcelona man and the current Juventus coach, reports Skysport.
Given the structure at Arsenal, whoever becomes the new coach of the club will not have the same power and influence demonstrated by Wenger and this structure has not gone down well with Allegri and Enrique.
Speaking after Wenger’s last game at Arsenal, he left some words for his predecessor: ”The new man inherits a team which is much better than people think it is, and I’m convinced, you can see the togetherness in the team is special.
“With the right additions this team will challenge next year.”
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