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Have No Wins Yet, These 5 Top Trainers Haunt Arsenal coach, Mikel Arteta

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Arsenal coach, Mikel Arteta, is on the line. He struggled to bring Arsenal into the best form of play. As a result, threats of dismissal began to haunt.

Mikel Arteta was appointed manager of Arsenal at the end of last year. Previously, he was Pep Guardiola’s right-hand man at Manchester City.

Arsenal hopes, Arteta will bring changes towards achievement. Because Arsenal has not been the best in the Premier League for a long time. According to management, achievement at the domestic trophy level is not enough.

However, until now Arteta is still not as expected. The Gunners are scattered in 15th place in the standings with only 13 points from 12 matches.

As a result, the issue of the Spanish coach’s dismissal began to float. The following are five top coaches who have the potential to replace Mikel Arteta:

Thierry Henry 

credentials as a player and club legend will always be maintained. The presence of the man from France will be welcomed in the Arsenal dressing room. For a difficult situation like this, Henry’s existence as a figure who knows the Gunners inside and out can be a solution.

Thierry Henry has not found much joy in his coaching career. After being considered successful as an assistant coach in the Belgian national team, Henry had a difficult time when he coached AS Monaco. In fact, his tenure only lasted three months.

Today, Henry is starting to reimagine his career as a tactician. He is a strategist for the MLS club, Montreal Impact. It is predicted that Henry will not refuse if Arsenal pitches their bid.

Lucien Favre

The next coach is Lucien Favre. He is currently unemployed after being fired by Borussia Dortmund.

Borussia Dortmund couldn’t keep Lucien Favre any longer after losing 5-1 in the match against Stuttgart. Dortmund, which is usually a title contender, is now only in fifth place in the Bundesliga, with a difference of six points behind the leader, Bayer Leverkusen.

Tactically, Lucien Favre is expected to match Arsenal. He can maximize the available squad. Unified teamwork is one of the hallmarks of his team.

Patrick Vieira

Like Favre, Patrick Vieira was recently fired from his job. Vieira was sacked by Nice after suffering a fifth defeat.

Indeed, Vieira’s track record as a youth coach is quite good. In his first season with Nice, he ended the competition ranked seventh. Meanwhile, in the second season, Nice’s ranking crept to fifth in the final standings of Ligue 1.

Previously, Vieira showed off with the MLS club, New York City FC. Vieira’s performance was praised after finishing second in the standings.

For Arsenal fans, Patrick Vieira is a popular figure. The former Inter Milan player was part of the Invicibles squad and won three Premier League titles with the Gunners. With Vieira’s past record and achievements as a manager, giving Arsenal the opportunity to become number one is an option that cannot be ruled out.

Thomas Tuchel

Thomas Tuchel has been linked with Arsenal in the past. At that time, the Paris Saint-Germain coach was predicted to fill the position left by Arsene Wenger.

Of the three previous names, bringing in Thomas Tuchel will be more complicated. The reason is, he is currently under contract with PSG. Thus, Arsenal need to disburse compensation money for the rest of the contract.

However, the situation could change if PSG’s progress in the Champions League was stopped. Moreover, currently Les Parisiens are also struggling in Ligue 1 after only finishing third. Arsenal’s chances are greater if Thomas Tuchel is fired.

For Thomas Tuchel, Arsenal is an interesting challenge for his journey as a manager. He will try out competition in the Premier League which is touted as the best in the world.

However, Thomas Tuchel also needs to remember Arsenal’s financial strength is different from PSG. That way, not all of the players requested will come.

Massimiliano Allegri

Massimiliano Allegri is still unemployed after leaving Juventus in 2019. The former AC Milan coach left Juve after winning five consecutive Scudettos.

Massimiliano Allegri reportedly took an English course. The coach deliberately did it because he was interested in managing a British club in the future.

With a series of achievements, Allegri has become the strongest candidate for Arsenal’s new coach. Reportedly, if in the next three matches Arteta still disappoints, Arsenal will start contacting Allegri.

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