Arsene Wenger’s relationship with the Arsenal fans has passed breaking point and there is growing speculation on the future of the long-serving French boss, after yet another defeat.
A 2-1 loss to Brighton on Sunday extended Arsenal’s losing streak to four matches across all competitions, with the Gunners now remarkably having lost five of their last six matches- and already losing eight games in 2018 alone.
Things look bleak ahead of Arsenal’s most important game of the season on Thursday, where Wenger’s men travel to AC Milan in the Europa League quarter-finals; with the competition now standing as Arsenal’s only saving grace for the campaign.
Wenger admitted in the wake of the defeat to Brighton that Arsenal, who now sit 13 points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, have very little chance of finishing in the Champions League spots, meaning that victory in the Europa League now stands as Arsenal’s only route back into Europe’s elite competition.
Even with success there though, Wenger’s time at Arsenal still appears to be coming to an end and we’ve identified three managers that the north London side could appoint immediately, as they’re currently without employment.
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