Backroom staff follow Arsene Wenger out of Arsenal

17 May, 2018, 09:31 | Author: Arnold Perez
  • Emery yet to receive Arsenal offer

Weeks into the search for a new gaffer to take charge of the Arsenal FC team, reports reaching NIGERIA NEWS states that one of the proteges of the outgoing Gunners' boss might be the one to step into his shoes.

Arsenal are reportedly hoping to speed up the appointment of Mikel Arteta as Arsene Wenger's successor due to seeing a number of other candidates drop out of the running.

Arsenal is already weighing options to gamble on appointing Mikel Arteta as the club's new manager following the departure of Arsene Wenger.

Celtic's Brendan Rodgers and former Arsenal great Patrick Viera were also among the names to be chosen for the job. Often spoken of as a player with a bright future on the touchline during his playing days, Arteta is just two years removed from the pitch and has never managed a club at any level, having spent the past two seasons as an assistant at Manchester City under Pep Guardiola.

While the managerial vacancy remains to be filled, the club has wasted no time in clearing the decks for the new regime.

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The Spaniard and his representatives, on Tuesday, held advanced negotiations with Arsenal's hierarchy and are at a stage where backroom staff and financial packages are being discussed.

Many fans feel that Wenger should have left the North London club earlier and they were very vocal about that in the last few years with "Wenger Out" banners seen at practically every game.

Max Allegri seemingly ruled himself out at the weekend by revealing he plans to stay at Juventus, which made Julian Nagelsmann the most serious rival to Arteta.

"It will be very hard for me [without Arsenal]", Wenger told Arsenal's website.

Vieira is said to be "disappointed" with the Gunners hierarchy, and will not be offered the job. That is the problem I face at the moment.

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