According to reports, North London side Arsenal are allegedly preparing to sanction a move for Ex-Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti to replace French tactician Arsene Wenger in the summer window amid doubts over the future of the former Monaco manager.
As per London Evening Standard, Arsene Wenger may now not remain beyond the summer transfer window and the North London club would consider appointing Carlo Ancelotti to replace him as boss at the Emirates.
Their report suggests the Italian is already set to join the North London club after his dismissal from German Bundesliga side Bayern Munich earlier this term, and he’d be a decent appoint for the gunners.
Things look to have gone stale under the tutelage of Arsene Wenger and the side are once again failing to move forward despite offering the long-serving tactician a new contract at the end of last campaign.
Carlo Ancelotti has been a huge success with every side he’s worked at, lifting league titles all over the continent of Europe and picking up three UEFA Champions League crowns – two with Italian Serie A side AC Milan and one with la Liga giants Real Madrid.
In terms of his managerial experience in the Premier League, the 58-year-old tactician lifted the English Premier League and Emirates FA Cup double in his debut campaign in charge at the West London club, and all while getting his team to play attacking and attractive style of play.
That would certainly make him a decent successor to Arsene Wenger at the moment, though he’d be working with an inferior team at the Emirates Stadium.
Chilean star Alexis Sanchez and World Cup winner with Germany Mesut Ozil are nearing the tale ends of their deals and any manager would undoubtedly struggle to pick the squad up and rebuild the team from there.