Wenger has announced he is leaving Arsenal FC, with Unai Emery shortening in the betting
Unai Emery has emerged as a viable alternative to Mikel Arteta when it comes to the appointment of the next Arsenal manager.
Emery is now a 2/1 chance with Paddy Power although William Hill have 5/4 about the Spaniard and it appears that he’s holding talks with the London club about the vacant position.
It had been thought that Arteta would be announced as manager of the Gunners last week, although the Manchester City assistant coach has now drifted out to 10/11.
Mikel Arteta looks set to become the next manager of Arsenal FC, with the bookmakers suspended their betting on the Spaniard following a deluge of bets on him to replace Arsene Wenger.
Arteta has been part of a successful Manchester City coaching squad this season and it appears that Pep Guardiola has sanctioned his departure to the Emirates, with the Spaniard having previously been team captain at Arsenal.
Massimiliano Allegri is a 6/4 shot with bet365 to become the next Arsenal manager, with the Italian looking like the preferred option to replace Arsene Wenger who will stand down as manager after the club’s final game on Sunday.
Allegri is set to win the Scudetto with Juventus this season and could be persuaded to take charge of the London side who won’t be a feature in the Champions League next term.
Luis Enrique is a 4/1 poke and the former Barcelona coach could be on the shortlist, while Carlo Ancelotti is 8/1 and it appears as though Arsenal are more likely to go for someone who has been in charge of a top club.
Zeljko Buvac is the 7/2 favourite to become the next Arsenal manager, with the Liverpool assistant coach absent from Anfield at the moment and being linked to a move to the Emirates.
Bet365 have 5/1 about Massimiliano Allegro taking charge, with Carlo Ancelotti available at 6/1 and Brendan Rodgers now a 12/1 chance.
Max Allegri is the current favourite to become the next Arsenal manager, with bet365 going 11/4 about the Italian replacing Arsene Wenger and his fine work at Juventus suggests he could be someone who could be effective at the Emirates.
Luis Enrique is 9/2 and he would be another candidate who has solid credentials after his time with Barcelona, although it is clear that the London club are considering every possible option before committing to a successor.
Carlo Ancelotti is 10/1 with bet365, while there has been a little bit of money for Brendan Rodgers who is 8/1 with the same bookmaker for what continues to look like an open betting heat.
Luis Enrique is now the 3/1 favourite to take charge of Arsenal FC next season, with the Spaniard having fared well with Barcelona recently.
Carlo Ancelotti is a 6/1 poke, with Joachim Low and Brendan Rodgers available at 8/1.
Arsene Wenger has announced that he’s leaving Arsenal FC as manager, with the Frenchman calling time on his 22 years in charge at the London club.
“After careful consideration and following discussions with the club, I feel it is the right time for me to step down at the end of the season,” said Wenger in a statement posted on Arsenal’s website. “I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years.
“I managed the club with full commitment and integrity. I want to thank the staff, the players, the Directors and the fans who make this club so special. I urge our fans to stand behind the team to finish on a high. To all the Arsenal lovers take care of the values of the club. My love and support for ever.”
Speculation is now rife over who will take charge at the Emirates, with Thomas Tuchel, Carlo Ancelotti and Patrick Vieira among the names being linked to the vacant position. Brendan Rodgers and Rafael Benitez are managers who have had Premier League experience and could also be contenders.
Carlo Ancelotti is 7/2 to take charge at Arsenal FC and it’s looking increasingly likely that Arsene Wenger will step down from his role at the Emirates this summer despite having another year left on his contract.
Ancelotti loves a big job, with Joachim Low is a 4/1 poke to take charge and the German national manager might be interested in a club role next.
Brendan Rodgers is a 6/1 poke and could also be interested, having probably taken Celtic as far as he can north of the border.
Arsene Wenger might well decide to step down at the end of the 2017/18 season, with Joachim Low emerging as the front runner to take charge at the Emirates.
The current manager of the German national team could decide to take a new challenge after the 2018 World Cup, with Low a 4/1 shot with BetVictor to replace Wenger although the Frenchman might decide to serve the rest of his contract.
Carlo Ancelotti is a 6/1 chance to take charge of Arsenal and will clearly be interested in a high-profile position. Thierry Henry is also a 6/1 poke but surely this would come too soon for the Gunners legend.
Arsene Wenger has over a year left to run on his contract and it appears increasingly likely that the Frenchman will remain in charge until the end of the 2018-19 season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrik Mkhitaryan have recently arrived at the Emirates, with Mesut Ozil signing a new deal and Wenger will hope that his Arsenal team can mount one final assault on the Premier League title next term.
However, they face an uphill struggle to make the top four this season and thus the Champions League, with away form a particular problem in recent months.
There used to be a split between Arsenal fans as to whether Arsene Wenger should remain in charge of Arsenal, although it’s safe to say that the majority of supporters want a change of personnel.
Wenger has admitted defeat in his quest to keep Alexis Sanchez at the club which was always a foregone conclusion considering that the Chilean didn’t want to sign a new contract, although it’s also what’s happening on the pitch which is concerning the fans.
Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at Bournemouth was the latest setback for the Gunners, with London side sitting sixth in the Premier League table and they are eight points off fourth place and the Champions League spots.
While the Arsenal board seem content enough to allow Wenger to make his own choices with regard to staying or leaving, bookmaker BetVictor offer 2/1 that Carlo Ancelotti becomes the next manager of the Gunners, with the fans desperate to see someone else at the helm.
Ancelotti started the season in charge of Bayern Munich although results weren’t great and a 3-0 defeat away to Paris Saint Germain saw the Italian leave the Allianz Arena.
Thomas Tuchel is a 6/1 chance after previously managing Borussia Dortmund, with Diego Simeone available at 8/1 although the Argentine continues to do a sterling job at Atletico Madrid, with Joachim Low available at 10/1.
Arsene Wenger saw his Arsenal team lose 4-2 at Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup, with many supporters now wanting the Frenchman to step down from his role as the Gunners head towards having another underwhelming season.
It appears that Arsenal won’t win any silverware this season unless they either overcome Chelsea and Manchester City in the EFL Cup or go all the way in the Europa League, while a top four spot in the Premier League currently looks unlikely.
BetVictor have re-opened their Next Arsenal manager market, with Thomas Tuchel the 4/1 favourite to replace Wenger and Diego Simeone is a 5/1 chance although the club’s board currently appear to be making no post-Wenger plans despite the frustrations of the supporters.
Arsenal FC supporters started the season with lots of hope and a 4-3 win over Leicester suggested that the Gunners could go well this season, although the London side go into the international break with just those three points after defeats at Stoke and Liverpool.
A 1-0 defeat at the bet365 Stadium was followed by a 4-0 thrashing at Anfield, with Arsene Wenger admitting that the performance simply wasn’t good away as a rampant Liverpool side blew them away.
Arsenal are out to 28/1 with Sky Bet to win this season’s Premier League title. Although just three rounds of games have been played, it’s hard to see the Gunners competing for top honours this season and Arsene Wenger’s position is now in the spotlight.
Wenger is a 12/1 shot to win the latest version of the Premier League Sack Race, with the Frenchman having recently agreed a new two-year deal although there were supporters calling for his head at Anfield.
It appears as though Alexis Sanchez wants out at the Emirates Stadium and Raheem Sterling plus cash has apparently been offered for the Chilean, with Arsenal looking like an embarrassment on Sunday and there was an overall lack of commitment and hard work.
Asked what went wrong at Anfield, the Arsenal manager replied: “Everything. From the first minute to the last minute we were not at the level requested for such a game. Not physically, not technically, not mentally and we were punished. That’s basically it. Of course, you can analyse the chances we gave away, but I just think overall the performance was not at the requested level.”
Wenger’s post-match press conference lasted only two minutes and 10 seconds before he left the media room at Anfield but he also said: “The result is a consequence of our performance. We were not good enough. We were beaten everywhere physically, in the end I believe we made it easier for them, and the mistakes gave them a cushion.
All odds were correct at time of posting.