Arsenal chiefs and have already identified a replacement for the long time Frenchman coach Arsene Wenger. According to Goal.com, Gunner board room members have selected Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe as the man to replace Wenger.
Wenger’s contract expires at the end of the season and Goal.com claims The English FA, Inter Milan and PSG are considering approaching the 66 year old Frenchman.
“My contract runs until the end of the season. What I will do after will depend a little bit on how the season goes,” Wenger recently said. It is believed that the former AS Monaco coach will step down this season if he can win the Premier League.
Arsenal have had a strong start to the season, having gone unbeaten since the opening weekend (defeat to Liverpool) with seven wins and two draws in all competitions. Wenger has won three Premier League titles, six FA Cups, a Champions League final appearance during his 20 year stay with Arsenal.