After over 21 years and 10 Trophies, Arsene Wenger's tenure at Arsenal ends at the end of the season. The search now begins for his successor and here are the best candidates for one of the biggest jobs in football.
Patrick Vieira – FC New York (4/1 with bet365)
One of Arsenal's favorite sons, the old marauding defensive midfielder was one of the main protagonists under Wenger, a cog in her & # 39; Invincibles & # 39; Team. Now at New York City FC, Vieira said in March that he would be interested in coaching Arsenal "one day," but at the time would not continue out of respect for his former boss.
As luck would have been Wenger He talked about Vieira's potential as a future arsenal manager on Thursday and said, "He's a guy who someday has the potential, yes." I think he is very good. But overall, this Premier League is special, you know? You have to come in. There are many former players who have played here who have the potential and the intelligence and knowledge to do so. So there is a lot of choice, do not worry.
Vieira would be a popular choice among fans of the club, but his lack of management experience could count against him – his only other role was Manchester City reserves – despite Thomas Tuchel's (19659008) – no club (5/1)  Borussia Dortmund's former coach has been closely associated with the acquisition of Unai Emery at Paris Saint Germain, but he has also been frequently mentioned as a possible successor to Wenger.
His playing style is decided and favors an approach in which his team in a way that does not differ from his predecessor in Dortmund, Jürgen Klopp Then he met again with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, both played under him in Dortmund, both were successful under him, but Arsenal must be fast acting to keep the PSG's interest at bay  Leonard Jardim (8/1) – AS Monaco
In Monaco, Jardim succeeded in doing the same construction which Wenger had perfected for years: to build a title winner by developing young talents while playing an attractive football brand. Admittedly, Jardim has not quite managed to repeat the title triumph successes of last season, but given the players he lost last summer (including Starman Kylian Mbappe), it is still impressive to finish second in Ligue 1 ,
At 43, Jardim is still young enough to bring a new level of energy to the club while having enough experience to support it with authority. And maybe he could also bring Arsenal goal Thomas Lemar with him.
Max Allegri – Juventus (10/1)
Allegri was widely designated as the No. 1 candidate for Arsenal last summer, Wenger had not gotten a new contract. Given the immediate success of Antonio Conte at Chelsea, it would be interesting to see if Allegri could have a similar effect if he switched from Juventus to the Premier League.
His emphasis on sound defense would be a major departure from Wenger's traditional approach (19659008) Joachim Low – Germany (5/1)
Low led Germany to winning the 2014 World Cup and will try to repeat that performance this summer but he would do it anyway A surprising choice as he has never led a top club.
Having led Stuttgart to the 1998 Cup Winners' Cup final, he was in Turkey and Austria before being called to the national team in 2004. He is a popular choice among Arsenal's German contingents – and especially Mesut Özil – but he is absolutely untested when it comes to delivering a top championship title.
Diego Simeone – Atletico Madrid (20/1)
Arsenal Europa League semi-final opponents have signed up for much-desired Diego Simeone, who signed a new contract with La Liga in September. Simeone led the club, which has far less financial strength than Barcelona and Real Madrid, to the championship title in 2013/14 two Champions League finals, in addition to winning the Europa League 2012.
The defense of his team has in four of the last five La League seasons conceded the fewest goals. His passion for the Atletico job seems unshakable, but Arsenal could turn out to be an attractive project for the Argentine.
Luis Enrique – no club (25/1)
With Roma, Celta Vigo and Barcelona in his coach resume, Luis Enrique boasts of the great club experience that could be essential if the Arsenal board wants that Wengers successor reached the ground under his feet.
His Roma career was disappointing, but his work at Celta Vigo, where he led them to ninth in the league, caught The Eye of Barcelona, to which he joined in May 2014, replacing Gerardo Martino. He led the Catalan top club to two La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey triumphs and the 2015 Champions League. In the final, he defeated Juventus 3-1 before ending his three-year stint in June 2017. He remained under the radar. but is forever associated with leadership positions.
Brendan Rodgers – Celtic (8/1)
Rodgers would be an even more surprising choice than Low, especially since Arsenal should be able to get out of the top managers across Europe. Granted, Rodgers almost got Liverpool to the 2014 Premier League title, and he mimicked Arsenal's "Invincibles" by leading Celtic into an unbeaten season last year. But there is still the feeling that Rodgers career has stalled, while there are many others whose star is on the rise.
Carlo Ancelotti – no club (6/1)
The Italian veteran is widely regarded as the safe The choice fell on Arsenal, especially when in the inevitable transitional period after Wengers departure someone with a steady hand on board want to have.
Ancelotti has won titles everywhere and has one of the most impressive football leadership records. He is not young, but at the age of 58 he still has a good decade at the top level. From the people on this list, he is closest to guaranteeing that Arsenal is at least a regular contender for a top four place. And maybe best of all, he's available and would not ask for a club price.