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Reports making the round suggest Arsene Wenger could finally be on his way away from Arsenal as Everton are prepared to offer the Frenchman a deal to become Sam Allardyce successor at Goodison Park.
Fans have been calling for the head of the French manager who have been at the helm for 26 years old.
Sam Allardyce is reportedly set to leave the Toffees at the end of the season after being appointed to keep the former English champions out of the relegation battle.
However, he has failed to impress supporters with his direct style of play and poor run of results following on from the sacking of Ronald Koeman who presided over the most high-spending summer transfer window in Everton history following Farhad Moshiri’s purchase of the controlling stake in the club.
According to the Daily Star, Everton now want to explore that idea with a job offer that would enable the Premier League veteran a way of leaving his current role in a dignified manner.
Wenger is one of the most successful managers in the history of English football with three league titles and seven FA Cup wins – more than any other manager in the history of the oldest cup competition in world football.