Arsenal have already finished one of their worst seasons in the Premier League under the French manager, Arsene Wenger, after Arsenal finishing in the 6th place, and failing to win any point through winning or drawing in the Premier League since the beginning of this month, except the last win away from home against Huddersfield Town.
Arsene Wenger has already announced that he will be leaving Arsenal at the end of this season, and he has already managed the last game for Arsenal this season against Huddersfield Town, which makes the manager seat in the Emirates Stadium empty.
Arsenal’s target manager has been officially announced today, Monday, as a manager for his new club where he signed a two years contract which means the manager will be managing next season, 2018/2019, and the contract will expire by the end of the season after, in the summer of 2020 after the end of the season 2019/2020.
Arsenal’s target, Thomas Tuchel, has been officially named and announced as a manager for the Ligue 1 giant, Paris Saint-German, after signing a two years contract to replace the Spanish manager, Unai Emery.
The former Borussia Dortmund manager, Thomas Tuchel, was one of the nominees and main names to take over Arsenal after the legendary manager, Arsene Wenger, but it seems that he is gone from the list of the managers who may manage Arsenal.
Arsenal have some other names left on the list to manage Arsenal after Arsene Wenger, such as the Italian manager and former Chelsea manager, Carlo Ancelotti, the Italian manager and current Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri, Manchester City’s assistant coach and former Arsenal player, Mikel Arteta, the former Barcelona manager, Luis Enrique, and other names.
Mikel Arteta seems the favorite to take over Arsenal as he will be agreeing to the conditions and salary Arsenal will put, which big names managers may not agree on.