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Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season after managing the club for 22 years. During his reign, he has won 10 major trophies with the club which includes 7 FA Cups and 3 Premier League titles.
The Gunners now face the mammoth task of replacing the Frenchman and are already looking at potential candidates. A list of potential candidates includes proven winners, such as Luis Enrique, Carlo Ancelloti and Massimiliano Allegri, and a number of former favorites like Mikel Arteta, Patrick Viera and Thiery Henry.
Wenger’s successor will be handed a £200 million transfer budget to improve Arsenal, reports the Daily Star.
The Premier League giants are having a pretty disappointing campaign this season. They are currently at 6th position in the Premier League and the chance to qualify for Champions League in next season also gone as they lost to Atletico Madrid in the Semi-Finals of Europa League.
They will be failing to qualify for the Champions League in back-to-back campaigns.
The club are planning to overhaul their squad this summer especially in the midfield and the defense. Many players are expected to leave in the summer to accommodate new signings as they are looking to spend big in the transfer window.
The report states Juventus manager Allegri is the top candidate to take over the Gunners, and the Italian would have plenty of funding to reshape the squad should he move to London.