Saturday, 21 April 2018

Ex-Barca Boss Luis Enrique To Take Charge Of Arsenal At End Of Season

Luis Enrique is going to replace Arsene Wenger, well, this is according to reports coming from the British press.
Report from the Daily Mail says the former Barcelona coach is “available” and “primed” and “set to” take over at the Emirates as soon as they’ve cleared out Wenger’s office.

Negotiations between club and manager are already “well advanced” and only an “unexpected glitch” can prevent the appointment.

The UK paper also reported that approach has been made by Arsenal's new director of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who forged a close relationship with Enrique at Barcelona.

The two have dined together at an exclusive London club recently and were in deep discussion.

In short, the Daily Mail are adamant Enrique is going to be the next Arsenal boss. Although this is the same paper that declared few days ago that Wenger would under no circumstances be leaving.

Another UK paper The Mirror, however,  is keeping more of an open mind, claiming the Gunners have drawn up a “shortlist” of men that includes Germany manager Joachim Low, Juventus boss Max Allegri, Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan goddamn Rodgers, as well as former club captains Patrick Vieira and Mikel Arteta as riskier alternatives.

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