Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly being eyed by Premier League side Everton as a replacement for Sam Allardyce at Goodison Park.

The Frenchman, who has managed the North London club for over 20 years, is currently enduring his worst season as manager of Arsenal, with the Gunners currently sitting in 6th place in the Premier League table with 10 games to go. Although his current contract with the club expires at the end of next season in 2019, many fans and former players want to see the legendary coach depart the club in May of this year.

A role at another club?

Whilst Wenger's time at Arsenal could be soon coming to an end, his time as a manager in football could well be continuing, as it is being reported today that the 68-year-old coach is being targeted by Everton as a replacement for Allardyce, who the Toffee's only brought in this season following the sacking of Ronald Koeman.

Everton have long been looking for the right manager to take them from a solid mid-table side to a club that can challenge for Champions League football in the Premier League. The Merseyside club spent upwards of £200 million on new players in the summer transfer window last season, signing the likes of Wayne Rooney, Davy Klaassen, and Gylfi Sigurdsson, but the influx of new signings saw the club struggle early on in the season.

Former Crystal Palace and England manager Sam Allardyce was brought in to ensure Premier League safety for the Toffees when he was appointed back in late November. Since his appointment, the 63-year-old Englishman has helped Everton escape the drop zone and his side now sit comfortably in mid-table

Would Wenger actually join?

Wenger has all the qualities needed to turn Everton into a Champions League side, but the real question is would he leave Arsenal for another Premier League side?

It is theorised that the Gunners manager will retire from football once he calls it a day as manager of Arsenal, and it is very likely that Wenger will not want to manage another Premier league side given how much he has dedicated his life to building Arsenal Football Club into what it is today.

Since joining the club in 1996, Wenger has transformed Arsenal into one of the biggest football teams, and sports franchises, in the world of sport. The Frenchman has won three Premier League titles, one of which included going an entire season unbeaten, as well as seven FA Cups and one Champions League final appearance with the Gunners.