Arsenal’s four replacement alternatives for Mikel Arteta following Thierry Henry raises questions.
Arsenal star Thierry Henry has expressed his dissatisfaction with the present situation under Mikel Arteta.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta appears to have turned things around after losing three consecutive Premier League games to begin the season, yet the north London Derby remains their sole truly convincing victory. As a result, the Spaniard remains one of the leading candidates for dismissal, while Thierry Henry admits he “doesn’t know whether the Gunners are heading in the right route.” There are plenty of strong managers on the market right now, which is bad news for Arteta. Express Sport looks at four candidates who may be appointed if Arteta is fired.
The current Brentford manager is creating ripples in the Premier League, with the Bees comfortably sitting in seventh place following some good performances.
Frank has been at the forefront of a new era in west London, as Brentford prepares to enter the Premier League for the first time in their stunning new stadium.
They had a difficult time getting promotion in the first place, but they have only lost once since then, picking up points from tough opponents along the way.
Liverpool and West Ham United are two examples, while Arsenal should be well aware of Frank’s tactical acumen following their 2-0 loss at the Brentford Community Stadium on the season’s opening night.
Chelsea may have to pay a high price for Tammy Abraham’s transfer, but they have an ace up their sleeve.
Rodgers has had a hard road back to the top after coming so close to winning the Premier League with Liverpool in 2014, only to be fired a year later.
Prior to his return to England with Leicester City, he had a dominant period at Celtic, leading them to the brink of Champions League qualification twice.
The Northern Irishman has recently been linked with a move to Saudi-backed Newcastle, however Steve Bruce is yet to receive his marching orders.
With the Foxes failing so far this season, Rodgers may be enticed by an Arsenal offer if he believes he has carried the Midlands club as far as he can.
Potter, a manager in the Thomas Frank mold, has yet to show himself at a major club, but he has left a lasting impression wherever he has gone.
He left after a seven-year apprenticeship as the leader of Ostersund in Sweden. “Brinkwire News Summary.”