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60-year-old manager set to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal – report



60-year-old shortlisted

According to reports, Arsenal are keen on appointing Nice head coach Lucien Favre as Arsene Wenger’s successor.

German publication Bild, as cited by The Sun, is claiming that Arsenal have shortlisted the 60-year-old as a possible replacement for departing Arsene Wenger after the French tactician disclosed that he is leaving the club when the current season ends.

22-year spell coming to an end

Arsene Wenger said on Friday that he is prepared to end his season-long spell at the club at the end of the current season.

There is inevitably set to be a number of rumour about who the club are set to offer the vacant managerial role for the new campaign.

Nice boss mentioned

And Nice manager Favre is reportedly one of Arsenal’s top targets. The same report suggests that the Swiss tactician would be available when the season ends for the “small fee” of £3.5million.

Italian and Spanish tactician named

The article also suggests that both Max Allegri and Luis Enrique are also been considered to take over from the former Monaco boss when the campaign ends at The Emirates Stadium.Meanwhile, the Gunners are currently getting set for their crucial UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg encounter against La Liga side Atletico Madrid at The Emirates Stadium on Thursday night.

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