Ex Manchester City Manager Is Interested In Managing Arsenal After Arsene Wenger

Arsenal is going through tough times after losing 4-0 against Liverpool in the 3rd match day in the Premier League, which came after Stoke City’s shocking loss 1-0 away.


Arsenal now is in the 16th place in the table with 3 points only after three matches where Arsenal won one, and lost two games.

According to Sky Sports,Ex Manchester City’s manager and current FC Zenit’s manager,Roberto Mancini, is interested in managing Arsenal after Arsene Wenger retires or leaves Arsenal. Roberto Mancini was linked with a West Ham job, but the Italian manager may prefer to take charge over Arsenal.

Sky Sports journalist,Kaveh Solhekol, tweeter on Twitter that Mancini prefers Arsenal’s move over West Ham.



Knowing that Mancini has managed Manchester City before and won the Premier League title in the season 2011-2012.

In addition, other managers were linked with Arsenal’s move like Allegri and Taukhel.



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