Arsenal, Wenger, who is the successor? Ancelotti and Vieira in the running But for the Gunners bench there is also talk of Rodgers (current technical Celtic), Allegri and Luis Enrique ... The future of the Arsenal bench could speak Italian. After the announcement of the farewell of Arsene Wenger next summer to the Gunners, the English bookmakers have launched a real toto-successor of the French, which involves in the foreground the former coach, among others, of Chelsea Carlo Ancelotti.
After saying goodbye to Bayern Monaco, Ancelotti is ready to get back into the game and, despite the great proximity to a sacred monster of United as Ferguson, remains a very popular profile for Londoners. The Italian has left a good memory in the Premier League in his London experience at Chelsea, but the former coach of Milan and Real will still have to face a strong competition. A fearsome opponent for the after Wenger is surely Patrick Vieira.Bet on your favourite team with our daily VIP oddstakes.
The current manager of New York FC is a pupil of Arsene from the times when he wore the shirt of the Gunners as a player and a leader in the field. Wenger will have a say in deciding who to leave the witness and, not surprisingly, the name of Vieira makes its way through the various suitors.
- The English bettors are launching as a possible surprise favorite in the race at Arsenal the former Liverpool coach, now at Celtic, Brendan Rodgers (who in recent days has also joined the Cheslea bench for the post-Conte). The candidacy of Juventus Massimiliano Allegri remains undefended. The same goes for the former Barcelona Luis Enrique, who is probing the British market to start with a new adventure in a Premier bench. That Arsenal is a throat for many and the race has already started. With Italy on pole.