Arsene Wenger finally leaves Arsenal this week and this leaves the club with a massive void, which as yet remains unfilled
So many names have been linked with a move to Arsenal, with the likes of Thierry Henry, Mikel Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Massimiliano Allegri all being linked with a move to the North London.
However, Allegri remains the most likely man to replace Wenger judging by the way things are happening in recent days across the media. The Italian manager has got a very impressive CV having reached the Champions League final twice and winning the Serie A title four times.
His profile has pricked the interest of many Arsenal fans, which have pushed them to reply his most recent tweet trying to persuade him to join the club over recent days:
La vittoria ha sempre sapori diversi: i ragazzi se la sono meritata giorno dopo giorno, partita dopo partita. CAMPIONI! pic.twitter.com/UJOfulJeuH
— Massimiliano Allegri (@OfficialAllegri) May 13, 2018
Just imagine what you can do at Arsenal
— nadav (@nadavAFC) May 13, 2018
Welcome to Arsenal football club legend. pic.twitter.com/Iqy7QtlAgp
— Mesut Özil (@WeAreOzil) May 13, 2018
Come arsenal plz
— James Russell (@Jam3sRussell) May 13, 2018
— ? (@Nilesology) May 13, 2018
Congrats! Love the documentary on Netflix! Now please come to Arsenal ??
— David Russell (@Gunnadownunda) May 13, 2018
Personally, I think the 50-year-old is the right man to come in for Wenger as he has vast experience which will help us in to land quality players and go some way to helping us land our first title for many years.