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The Sun has set on Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal experience but speculations continue to dominate the media wave as to who steps into his big boots as the manager of the most successful London club in the Premier League. We reported on Monday that Arsenal were torn between appointing Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri – however, BBC Sport correspondent David Ornstein has delivered the latest update on who could replace Wenger.
Arsene Wenger abruptly ended his glorious 22-year spell with Arsenal last month and he was showered with goodwill, while sentiment also trailed his resignation. Wenger built a reputation of integrity and financial probity for himself, and it will take a unique persona to replace him. The Gunners are still in the search for his replacement and whoever succeeds him might struggle with the club’s ideology.
Several names have been mentioned as possible replacement for Wenger but Arsenal are looking for an experienced manager in this time of turbulence. It is believed that Arsenal head of recruitment Sven Mislintat wanted Tomas Tuchel but the manager has agreed to join Paris Saint Germain. However, Arsenal will name a successor for Wenger in the summer and BBC’s Ornstein has claimed that Allegri could be the man in charge next
Luis Enrique has been on a hiatus since last year, he was thought to be frontrunner for the Arsenal job but his wage demand is a huge concern to Arsenal. He is asking for £15m a year after tax .
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