Old Man AndrewsHendo Would think that Eddie Howe should be considered for the role.
Eh????? Why? He is nowhere near the level to manage a huge club like that, he would get eaten alive. Arsenal need a proven winner, someone who can come in and transform the club. They need a big personality and a big ego.
Why? - he has achieved all he can for Bournemouth, got great experience and IMO he is ready for a step up to the next level, especially if he wants to be considered as a future England manager, which I think he will be one day. Good age to come in and give fresh ideas and make wholesale changes to the way Arsenal are playing at the moment as well.
Arsenal need a proven winner - what? Like Emery?
SkyBet have Allegri as early favourite - this would be a pretty good shout for Arsenal to be honest. Ticks a lot of boxes but possibly a short term fix if someone like Real Madrid come calling.
I don't think Nuno will leave Wolves, as their season is going pretty well.
Can't see Ljungberg being given it full time, unless he goes on a crazy good run. Arsenal then risk a Solsekjar like situation.
Arteta - no experience, would imagine he is also waiting for the axe to fall on Marco Silva
Poch - possible, but would become a hated figure among Spurs fans, who still have a sense of goodwill towards him.
Ancelotti - possible, I guess
Next in the betting is Howe, who would be my pick.