Bookmakers Tip Arsenal To Lose This MEGA Star VERY SOON

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is being tipped to be out of job by next season, via the Daily Express.

The French man has been under immense pressure in recent weeks as his side struggles in the title race. Some sections of the club’s fans have turned against the manager with several banners being displayed in the game against Hull City on Tuesday, asking him to step down from his role as the club’s manager.

Wenger has spent 20 years at the club and leading Bookmaker William Hill believes Wenger will not be at Arsenal’s dugout next season, they have shortened the odd for Wenger to be axed from 10/3 to 3/1.

According to the report, Skybet has installed world cup winner Joachim Low and former Arsenal player Dennis Bergkamp as favourites to replace Wenger.

Former Arsenal greats Patrick Viera and Thierry Henry have also been linked with the club’s hot seat should Wenger leave at the end of the season.

Former England striker Stan Collymore also voiced his opinion concerning Arsenal job and has urged the club to replace Wenger with Simeone.

“Simeone is the answer,” Collymore wrote on Boyle Sports.

“If you don’t believe me, look at Atletico Madrid, the Arsenal of Spanish football, the third team, behind the other two who’ve dominated home and abroad.

“In Diego Simeone, a man the club are desperate to keep, they have a manager who wants to buck the trend of Atletico as the ‘other’ team who pop up once a decade to challenge, and turn them, by hard work, graft, character and results into a force that is now widely respected across Europe.

Wenger’s current contract expires at the end of next season.


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