Arsene Wenger’s shock announcement that he will be resigning as Arsenal Manager at the end of the season has led to a frenzy in Europe about who will takeover from the legendary french coach at the Emirates.
The upcoming transfer market will most definitely be a busy one not only for player transfers but coach movements as well. Notable managers likely to make a switch are Carlo Ancelotti (who has recently accepted the role of coach for Italy), Antonio Conte, Unai Emery and maybe Zinedine Zidane.
While Zidane still has a contract with Real Madrid as they prepare for the Champions League semi final, his position is not entirely secure as Real Madrid’s position in the Spanish La Liga has left them far behind Barcelona’s exploits this season.
Joachim Löw’s name has also been put up as a possible replacement for Arsene Wenger at the Emirates. The Die Mannschafft manager takes Germany to the World Cup again this summer, his third outing at the tournament in a role he has held for over a decade. His tenure with the German National team may be the proof that he is of the same pedigree as Arsene Wenger.
Another name has been club legend, Patrick Vieira who is currently managing New York City FC. Though a long shot, Vieira has gone on to prove his coaching stripes by overseeing a transformation at New York City FC that has seen them become one of the contenders of the MSL title.