Arsene Wenger next team tips
FootyOn showcase Arsene Wenger next team tips as the current Arsenal manager looks set to depart the club in the coming summer.
The French coach has been at the Gunners helm for over two decades.
Wenger has recently hinted at exiting the Emirates later this year, though.
The 67-year-old previously revealed he would still be in management next season, but didn’t confirm it would be at Arsenal.
“No matter what happens I will manage for another season. Whether it’s here or somewhere else, that is for sure,” Wenger said.
“If I said March or April it is because I didn’t know. I do not want to come back on that.
“I’m used to the criticism. I think in life it’s important to do what you think is right and all the rest is judgement. I’m in a public job and I have to accept that, but I have to behave with my values.”
So, following the speculation surrounding his future, FootyOn outline Arsene Wenger next team tips.
The Frenchman has come under sever scrutiny following another dismal European display.
His Londoners were outdone by a Bayern Munich in a 5-1 demolition.
With so much experience from his time in England and being 67, a national team role could appeal to Wenger.
He has long been linked with taking charge of his home nation.
The current Les Bleus boss Didier Deschamps is contracted to his job until the 2018 World Cup.
Though, if Wenger became available, France are likely to jump at the chance to snap him up.
If Wenger’s native country don’t come calling, England surely will!
The Three Lions have outlined the Frenchman as a possible candidate before.
After the shambles surrounding Sam Allardyce, they will look for a strong figure to take on the England hotseat.
Gareth Southgate is presently undertaking such duties, but Wenger is a lucrative name the FA would be pleased to welcome aboard.
The under-fire Gunners coach spent seven seasons with Monaco previously.
He led them to a Ligue 1 triumph in 1988 and the Coupe de France in 1991.
Wenger also guided Strasbourg to a French title before his time with Les Rouges.
With past success at the Stade Louis II, could he make a comeback to the club?
Although, Monaco have showed great support for Leonardo Jardim and his impressive feats will likely see him retain his job next term.
Spanish giants Barcelona will soon be in search of a new manager.
FootyOn previously outlined potential replacements for Luis Enrique at the Nou Camp.
The Spaniard looks likely to depart after overseeing a slight decline in form and results at the club.
Wenger would obviously be a suitable candidate with his attacking approach and long-standing philosophy.
Although, Jorge Sampaoli appears in pole position to take over from Enrique.
Other potential destinations
Of course, Wenger could ultimately remain at the Emirates.
He is odds-on 4/6 with SkyBet to be there come August 31st this year.
Wenger is also 11/4 with the same bookies to have no managerial position on that date.
Could China lure him to their shores as well as the recent big name players?
The veteran coach is 10/1 with Paddy Power to arrive at any Chinese club next.
Other possible French-based destinations include Lyon (10/1 with Paddy Power), Nice (14/1), Lille (14/1) and PSG (18/1).