Arsene Wenger’s future at Arsenal continues to be shrouded in plenty of speculation and the Gunners have been linked with a wide array of managers who could replace the 68-year-old at the Emirates Stadium.
One of the names picking up plenty of interest from the media over recent days has been that of former Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel, with some even claiming an agreement was in place for the German to succeed Wenger this summer.
However, The Evening Standard suggest otherwise as they report that Arsenal are yet to formally approach the 44-year-old German, although he is a potential target if Wenger is to leave this summer.
Arsenal have identified a number of targets, including Germany’s Joachim Lowe, Juventus’ Max Allegri and Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim, but the Gunners are yet to seriously explore the possibility of replacing Wenger this summer.
The Gunners are poised to miss out on a top-four Premier League finish for the second season in a row and have their eyes firmly set on Europa League glory, where they face CSKA Moscow in the quarter-finals.