Arsenal fans have posted several tweets on their new hot topic Arsene Wenger after the chief executive Ivan Gazidis told that it will be a difficult task to replace Arsenal boss.
Arsenal fans believe that there are only few managers that could replace their high prolific boss Arsene Wenger.
The fans included Borussia Dotmund boss Jurgen Klop, Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone and Everton’s Roberto Martinez.
All the above managers have proved their worth in the past and have the potential to do Arsenal’s role easily.
Currently, Wenger is going nowhere as he has more than two years left on his contract with the north London side. But one day will be his last day as Gunners’s boss.
Gazidis said: “Arsene has been a fantastic driver and has put the club in a great, great position.”
He further added: “The biggest challenge we're going to face as a club.”
The 64-year-old joined Arsenal in 1996, he has managed 1,023 games and has a win percentage of around 55. He has won three Premier League titles and five FA Cups.
While, Wenger has admired Dragan Stojkovic who is eyeing for an opportunity in Premier League.
This is a first time Arsenal fans will get to know about a new manager Dragan Stojkovic who is not fond enough but still Wenger wants him to be his successor in future.
Check out some of Arsenal fans’ tweets below.
Klopp is the only manager that can replace Wenger. #Arsenal
— Junaid Effendi (@MJFND) October 15, 2014
I just hope the club don't try to replace Wenger with a Wenger clone, I feel we need to push on & I'd prefer a young vibrant man at the helm
— Bergkamp & Bergkamp (@Orangeiceman10) October 14, 2014
I would replace Wenger with Garcia Simeone Klopp Guardiola Anceloti etc there are good options
— Arber Curri (@Curri180893) October 14, 2014
In keeping with the youth policy at Arsenal. Arsenal should replace Wenger with youth. DIEGO SEMIONE!!DIEGO SEMIONE !! #WengerOut
— Ahmed (@AHMEDLAMBAT) October 14, 2014
If U want to Replace Wenger, it's Easy, Just Give us Henry.
— Olayinka (@YQool) October 14, 2014
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