Having spent about 20years at Arsenal, manager Arsene Wenger is currently the longest serving manager in the Premier League but he has been recently scrutinized from the fans of the club in recent years.
However, Arsenal legend Freddie Ljunberg reckons that it will be tough to replace the French tactician. Ljunberg has made bare his mind on what he believes needs to be done in order to sustain the legacy of the club post-Wenger.
The Premier League title has eluded Arsenal for 20years and the fans blames it on Wenger’s failure to do the needful in the transfer market.
The French tactician is in the final year of his contract and Starsport reports that the he could walk away at the end of this season.
And Gunners hero Ljungberg – who spent nine years under Wenger – has hailed the Emirates chief, claiming he deserves to leave on his own terms.
“Arsene has been brilliant and I think it should be totally up to him when he chooses to leave,” said Ljungberg.
“But when it happens I would like a manager who believes in an attacking and passing game. That’s extremely important.
“There’s a lot of great coaches out there but nobody can replace Arsene.”
Arsenal have bounced back from their opening day defeat to Liverpool and are unbeaten in six games.