Three reasons Allegri is the answer to Arsenal’s succession problem
Arsene Wenger should leave Arsenal this season. For the good of the club, for the preservation of his legacy and to enable he can get the well-celebrated farewell he deserves. Wenger has played the greatest role of all in consolidating Arsenal as one of the world’s biggest football clubs on and off the field.
Saying goodbye will be tough for many, but none more so than Wenger. He has built the club into what it is today and carried them through financial strain without dropping out of contention on the field. For the next stage in the club’s progression, however, Arsenal must find a manager capable of winning things consistently.
Names to succeed Wenger go in and out of vogue. Eddie Howe has been in the front seat at points, Ronald Koeman is often mentioned and Diego Simeone has been banded around on occasion. One name that has made his place at the top of the bookies’ odds on a regular basis, though, is Max Allegri.
And the Juventus coach would be the perfect successor to Wenger, here’s why…