According to reports, the Arsenal board are in disagreement over who should replace Arsene Wenger when the Frenchman ends his tenure at the Emirates.
After much speculation surrounding his future, it appears Wenger is set to fulfil his latest contract – the boss has one more year to run of the two-year deal he signed last summer.
Arsenal fans have been left disappointed once again with the club’s efforts in the Premier League. However, the Gunners could still find themselves playing Champions League football next season should they triumph in the Europa League.
The club have already made changes to the hierarchy with head of football relations Raul Sanhelli, head scout Sven Mislintat and chief executive drawing up plans for a new manager.
Sources in Spain (via The Telegraph) claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona.
Meanwhile, German Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in his homeland. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older.
Wenger, 67, could yet still sign another deal with Arsenal.