Arsene Wenger is expected to make way for David Moyes at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger is expected to walk away from Arsenal if the manager is unable to secure a Champions League spot at the end of the season. The Frenchman has been the most successful manager in Arsenal’s history, but following a watershed season it appears as if Arsene Wenger’s days in London are done.
The Emirates boss has been unable to win a single trophy since the FA Cup in 2005. Arsene Wenger has led Arsenal into the Champions League and provided the club with profitable income on a regular basis which is why he has stayed at the London outfit for so long, but as time passes by the need for silverware has grown worse.
With a limited budget in his hand, Arsene Wenger has managed brilliantly at Arsenal. For the first time in year, Arsene Wenger decided to spend the treasure chest allotted to him, but unluckily all didn’t go according to plan.
Arsene Wenger made a huge splash in the transfer market during the summers by making a number of huge signings. Arsenal were expected to compete for the silverware, but the Gunners continued with their embarrassing ways of exits.
Losing players such as Ashley Cole, Thierry Henry, Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy, Alex Song and Robin van Persie has hurt Arsenal the most. Arsene Wenger’s inability to compete for top honors and provide good salaries drove these players out of the club.
At 63, Arsene Wenger must surely be thinking about his retirement days. Perhaps it would be wise for him to step down respectably at the end of the season, rather than have a go at redemption next term.
Everton manager David Moyes is being linked with the Arsenal job. The Scotsman’s under-budgeted side is just a spot and five points below Arsenal on the Premier League table. Over the past couple of years, David Moyes has become somewhat of an expert at handling clubs like Arsenal.
The Goodison Park boss understands how to scout the market, breed players and contend for top honors with a limited budget. A couple of other names have been linked to Arsenal as well, but so far David Moyes appears to be the top contender for job.