Arsene Wenger wants Arsenal to appoint his successor soon
The Frenchman will leave his position as Gunners manager at the end of the season after over 22 years in charge
Arsene Wenger has called on Arsenal to move swiftly in appointing his successor at the Emirates Stadium. The Frenchman will leave his position as Gunners manager at the end of the season after over 22 years in charge.
And Wenger believes it is vital that the club announce his replacement sooner rather than later. "The earlier the better, people want hope and need to prepare for next season," he said. Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri and former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique have been linked with replacing Wenger.
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