Who will take charge after Arsene Wenger?

23 Mars, 2017, 02:00 | Auteur: Lynn Cook
  • Radja Nainggolan has opened up about the prospect of coming to the Premier League

The Paul Mersons and Jamie Redknapps of the world will say "he was never built for the Premier League anyway", Özil will say he loves Wenger like a father but had to leave, and we'll buy some cut-rate replacement. I'm judged enough and I'm not a judge so I can't answer.

Ross Barkley is another player to be linked with Arsenal in recent weeks. You wouldn't think so by the way Arsenal defended the corner.

"The. banner was a spontaneous movement from us without any organisational affiliation to Arsenal Football Club in response to the agenda-driven biased act which involved an insulting banner being flown during the West Bromwich game financed by a crowdsourcing campaign supported by small group of irrational and disrespectful people", the letter added.

"He's taking the club backwards". To allow such bitterness and resentment to fester further in the stands could see Wenger leave an additional unwanted legacy, a bitterly divided Arsenal fanbase. No attempt to try and stop the oncoming attacker.

"But is it time for him to go?"

New pretenders have come in and usurped Wenger.

"His ankle is in an absolutely terrible state". How do we beat that guy when we have money spilling out of our ears and a billionaire owner worth £10bn dollars?

Staggeringly, only four goalkeepers have made more saves in the Premier League than Cech this season (81).

Arsenal have shelved contract talks with unsettled duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil until the end of the season. "And I will be thankful because even when I had tough moments, he always showed trust in me". "They can't just turn around and say, 'The manager is c**p - it's his responsibility'".

After a good period with Mainz, Tuchel took over Borussia Dortmund from Klopp in 2015, and in his first season took them to second in the Bundesliga.

The 67-year-old manger has come under increasing pressure following a number of sub-standard performances, culminating in Tuesday's 5-1 home defeat, which resulted in the Gunners going out of the Champions League 10-2 on aggregate.

"We suffer a lot at the moment but as well when you take a little distance and put things into perspective, we are two games behind and (have) the semi-final of the (FA) Cup to prepare against Manchester City", he said on Wednesday.

With Arsene Wenger reportedly close to agreeing a new two-year deal, much to many Gunners' fans dismay, the Frenchman could now be tasked with overseeing a huge squad overhaul.