After 22 rocky and successful years at Arsenal, it's unbelievable to think what this club would have been to date without Wenger as he changed the way football in England is played with his offensive mindset. Along the way there were many great times like triumphs in the Premier League, beating big teams, going unbeaten for 49 games in a season and winning multiple silverware.

He will also be iconic to this football club and his imprint on this club will always be remembered! It would be hard for anyone to replicate what this great, humble man has achieved. Such a heroic figure like this surely can't be replaced right? Certainly not, as I can't imagine a manager staying for that long and duplicating his success.

It's simply unthinkable. Arsenal fans must believe it was the board as it was what they were crying out for - a change.

What Arsenal football club need now is to assign a manager who will guide them to compete with the very best teams and they also need some consistency. New and bright ideas are also essential not just with his current players but with the upcoming youth talent and transfer targets for experienced leaders and his tactical sense has to be unique as well. In my eyes, the only names that are worthy to put out there as potential managers to take over are Carlo Ancelotti, Joachim Low, and Massimiliano Allegri. I would add Thomas Tuchel into the equation but due to his problems with Sven Mislintat at Dortmund, I think this is unlikely unless they put all things aside.

Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti is the only manager to have won the UEFA Champions League three times and reached four finals, so he has clear experience winning big things, even though his time at Bayern fell short.

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I think he needs to be given enough time but certainly, this is more of a short-term option. Another positive of assigning Carlo Ancelotti is the world-class players he can bring to the club due to his great records and such talented players who had the chance to work under him.

Joachim Low

Joachim Low is also another great shout but I'm not sure about the chances of this happening. He is a master tactician and can bring his staff to join him so that they can develop and improve the current and young players just like he did at the German national team. He won the Confederations cup in 2017 and the World Cup in 2014 respectively and certainly given time, he will win trophies at this club.

Massimiliano Allegri

Massimiliano Allegri is another manager currently looking for a move away and it's believed that his preferred destination is to manage in the Premier League for a new challenge. Adding such a great manager like this adds that tactical depth as he changes tactics for each match after analysing each team and that's what Arsenal needs, instead of being readable and constantly having the same approach.

His track record against the big teams has also been noticeable. Getting the better of Tottenham in this year's Champions League is one of his multiple achievements. However, winning the Premier League is a difficult task for any new manager even though he's won the Italian league back to back consistently. I believe this is the best option and should be first on the short list of candidates!

What do you think?