Once Arsene Wenger announced his decision to resign from his post as Arsenal manager, attention swiftly turned to potential replacements.
Numerous names have flooded the the gossip columns, and fans have debated on social media who the best option is.
Former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique emerged as an early candidate, but reports have suggested that salary could be an issue.
A recent report in The Mirror claimed that the Spaniard is demanding wages worth up to £15m after tax.
Enrique does not have the biggest portfolio in terms of clubs managed, but he has had huge success at Barcelona.
During a three-year spell, the 48-year-old won nine trophies, including two La Liga titles and the Champions League.
Enrique left the Catalan giants last year and has been out of work since.
Despite the reported concerns over money, former Arsenal defender Lauren believes that the former Celta Vigo boss would embrace the club’s philosophy.
He told Sky Sports:
“I would go for Luis Enrique because of a few facts. The style of play, there are some parallels with Barcelona, the way they play is the ‘Arsenal way’. He’s got that killer instinct that you need to manage a big team. You need a manager that has that big personality and the animal instincts to control everything.”