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It looks as if Arsene Wenger’s 22-year reign at Arsenal is nearing an end.
After a very impressive first decade at the club, where Wenger oversaw an unbeaten season and collected three Premier League titles, the following 12 years have not been as kind.
The Frenchman has added a couple of FA Cup titles to his resume, but constant failings in both the Premier League and the Champions League have infuriated fans of the club beyond breaking point.
Arsenal’s last four games have all ended in defeat, and to make matters even worse, there have been multiple reports of players turning on each other in the dressing room.
As a result, it seems increasingly likely that this season will be Wenger’s last.
THE FOUR-MAN-SHORTLIST TO REPLACE WENGER
A few weeks ago, almost immediately after Arsenal’s dismal performance in the EFL Cup Final where they were humbled 3-0 by Manchester City, reports emerged suggesting that Arsenal chiefs had drawn up a four-man-shortlist of candidates they wanted to replace Wenger at the club.
The Daily Mail claimed that the four men being considered were Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers, Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim, Germany manager Joachim Low, and former Gunner Mikel Arteta.
However, no judgement had been made in who Arsenal chiefs were treating as their top target.